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Solve this equation using the quadratic formula: (2x-3)^2 - 14 = 2x(x-7)
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First, we need to simpify the equation to standard form `(ax^2+bx+c)` :
Expand the squared term:
Next expand the multiplication:
Finally, move all terms to the left side and collect like terms:
We can now solve for the roots of this equation using the quadratic formula:
a=2; b=2; c=-5
Graph of the function:
Posted by crmhaske on May 16, 2013 at 5:23 PM (Answer #1)
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