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Solve. 3x2 = –21x – 15

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get it into the form of ax^2+bx+c and then you can factor it :D
take 3 common x2+7x+5=0 solution x=(-7+(29)^1/2)/2 x=(-7-(29)^1/2)/2
Dont get it help please

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apply the formula for calculation of root of quadratic equation
okay, so first we should get everything on the same side so its =0. so to do that we would subtract 3x^2 to get -3x^2-21x-15, now personally i dont like working with negatives so if you multiply it all by -1 you will get 0=3x^2+21x+15, does that make sense?
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