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llltkl | College Teacher | (Level 3) Valedictorian

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`2y^2-3y-6=0`  is a quadratic equation in the form of `ay^2+by+c=0` where `a=2` ,`b=-3` and `c=-6.`

Therefore, using the quadratic formula to solve for 'y' we get:





So, the solutions are  `y=(3+sqrt(57))/4` and `y=(3-sqrt(57))/4` .




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