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What do you wanna do with it?
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iforgot Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
if you want to solve the easiest way you could do so so is by Factoring
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EXAMPLE FACTORING X^ 2 + X = 12 X^2 + X  12 = 0 ( X + 4 ) ( X  3 ) = 0 X= 4 , 3
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iforgot Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
that was an example
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x^2x=6 Here you start by taking 6 away from both sides of the equation and you have: x^2x6=66 x^2x6=0 Here you can easy factor (x3)(x+2)=0 first divide by x3 and you get x+2=0 Take away 2 from both sides x+22=02=> x=2 Now you go back to (x3)(x+2)=0 and divide by x+2 and you get x3=0 =>x=3 So the initial equation x^2x=6 has two roots; they are 2 and 3
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