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lalaland_lauren
 one year ago
For the equation y = 6x2−9x+22, choose the correct application of the quadratic formula.
x equals negative six plus or minus the square root of six squared minus four times negative nine times twentytwo, all divided by two times negative nine
x equals six plus or minus the square root of six squared minus four times negative nine times twentytwo, all divided by two times negative nine
x equals negative nine plus or minus the square root of negative nine squared minus four times six times twentytwo, all divided by two times six
x equals nine plus or minus the square root of negative
lalaland_lauren
 one year ago
For the equation y = 6x2−9x+22, choose the correct application of the quadratic formula. x equals negative six plus or minus the square root of six squared minus four times negative nine times twentytwo, all divided by two times negative nine x equals six plus or minus the square root of six squared minus four times negative nine times twentytwo, all divided by two times negative nine x equals negative nine plus or minus the square root of negative nine squared minus four times six times twentytwo, all divided by two times six x equals nine plus or minus the square root of negative

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lalaland_lauren
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I think it's D

lalaland_lauren
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0And that's it for my quiz ^.^

lochana
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1you thought that it would be +9 from the standard quadratic equation formula. right?
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