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**gurrry** We are nearing the end of my algebra class.. I understand almost everything. I am currently doing a review, but I am not sure what to do for this problem..

Above the equation it says to use the discriminant to solve, but I dont believe this is a discriminant problem

Im not sure how to write it out regularly, so I will try my best.

Problem:

The square root of... 9x^2 - 12x + 4

Ive tried breaking down each # and variable seperatley but I dont understand how we are supposed to get to this answer:

Absolute Value of 3x - 2

Does anyone know what to do?