Solve x2 - 7x = -13

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Solve x2 - 7x = -13

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I'm really bad at Solving Quadratic Equations w/ 0 as the leading coefficient
\[x ^{2}-7x=-13 ?\]
yeah sorry i forgot to include the ^

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\[x ^{2}-7x+13=0\] you can use the general solution \[x_{1}= \frac{ -b+\sqrt{b ^{2}-4ac} }{ 2a }\] \[x_{2}= \frac{ -b-\sqrt{b ^{2}-4ac} }{ 2a }\] where a=1 b=-7 c=13
so basically to solve these types of equations you just substitute and simplify with the quadratic formula?
It is the general method for quadratic equations (works for all the quadratic equations .. but there are some equations where you could do other methods to factoring
There is another way, which is completing the square, but doing the quadratic formula is fine.
Thank you soon much!
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jaja, you're welcome :)
Hint: The answer has imaginary numbers. :)

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