anonymous
  • anonymous
What is F(x)=2x2-3x+4 The 2nd 2 is a square
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chestercat
  • chestercat
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Mchilds15
  • Mchilds15
Do you know where to start?
anonymous
  • anonymous
No I'm guessing the (x)
Mchilds15
  • Mchilds15
Well, yeah. Just change the f(x) to y. It kind of makes it easier when you look at it. Now, how do you plan to solve it?

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Mchilds15
  • Mchilds15
(you can't factor it)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Solving for (y)
Mchilds15
  • Mchilds15
Yes, but to do so, you're going to have to apply the Quadratic Formula Does that sound familiar or am I getting way ahead of you?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Eh? Yea u kinda lost me I don't really understand it that way.
Mchilds15
  • Mchilds15
Okay... Here, go to http://www.tiger-algebra.com/ ^this site will not only give you the answer but show you the steps to get there. It helped me get through high school ;)
Mchilds15
  • Mchilds15
\[\frac{ 3\pm i \sqrt{23} }{ 4 }\] This was my answer btw...
Mchilds15
  • Mchilds15
Then again I used the quadratic formula. You could find a different answer by completing the square. I don;t know where you are in your lessons... Does Completing the Square sound familiar?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you so much for explaining you helped me out a lot. ^_^

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