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What are the solutions of 5x2 = -15x?

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5x^2 = -15x bring everything to one side 5x^2 + 15x = 0 factor 5x(x+3) = 0 so what are the roots of the equation?
aka what values for x satisfy the equation?
5x2 + 15x

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You could do it that way or use the quadratic equation.
this is a challenge question on my math packet and i have no idea how to do it
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b=15?
no reason to do the quadratic equation here.... factoring is much simpler
i just need an answer plz because i do not understand this
how will giving you the answer help you understand?
its a challenge question i'm not suppose to understand yet
@jhkle13 Sometimes finding the answer is simpler
Just plug in the stuff for that equation, you'll get the answer. But im not telling it to you.

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