Which is the set of roots of the equation? 0 = x2 + 10x - 24 {12, 2} {-12, -2} {-12, 2} {12, -2}

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Which is the set of roots of the equation? 0 = x2 + 10x - 24 {12, 2} {-12, -2} {-12, 2} {12, -2}

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@Hoa Please don't post answers without explanations.It doesn't help the user learn and is in fact against the OpenStudy Code of Conduct. Normally you would want to either factorize or use the quadratic formula to do this, but for Multiple Choice questions, you can cheat by substituting the values in. If the substituted values equals 0 for both values of x you have your answer.

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