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Emily778 Group Title

How do I solve for x? 0=o.o3x^2+1.60x

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  1. cebroski Group Title
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    Hi, are you looking to solve this by hand or with a graphing calculator?

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  2. Emily778 Group Title
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    I just need step by step on how to do this.

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    \[0=0.03x^2+1.6x\] \[0=(0.03x+1.6)x\] So your two roots are given by \[x=0\] and \[0.03x+1.6=0 \longrightarrow \text{solve for x}\] does that make sense?

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    I don't get what to do next though? :(

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  5. Emily778 Group Title
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    PLEASE HELP I HAVE 18 OVERDUE LESSONS

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  6. nikato Group Title
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    |dw:1384646533925:dw| how would u solve for x

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  7. Emily778 Group Title
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    I don't remember.. OH, WAIT. Don't you subtract the i.6 from the zero?

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    1.6*

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  9. nikato Group Title
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    yea, subtract 1.6 on both sides. then what do u do to isolate the x on the left side after u subtract

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  10. Emily778 Group Title
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    divide ?

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  11. Emily778 Group Title
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    thankyou

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  12. nikato Group Title
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    yes, what do u get for x

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  13. Emily778 Group Title
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    okay, so I got -106.666666? How do I write that? Would it just be -106?

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    are u sure u plugged the right numbers into ur calculator?

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  15. Emily778 Group Title
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    yep.

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    -3.2/0.03

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    whre did u get -3.2

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  18. Emily778 Group Title
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    0-1.6

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  19. Emily778 Group Title
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    oh..Oops. :I Awkward

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  20. nikato Group Title
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    yea, try again

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  21. Emily778 Group Title
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    Okay, I got -53.3333

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  22. nikato Group Title
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    yea. and u can write that as -53 1/3 if u want. so x=0 or -53 1/3

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    is that the answer?

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  24. nikato Group Title
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    u'll have 2 answers for x

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  25. Emily778 Group Title
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    So should I write down both or just one?

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  26. nikato Group Title
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    u should write down both becuz both ARE answers for x

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  27. Emily778 Group Title
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    Thankyou so much!

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    your welcome!

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