i'll do 1, do number 2..
adding sides, we have
from here, continue.. just like in number 1.
if we have a quadratic poly of the form , then
so, a= 3, b= -3, c = -4.. do the substitution.. Ü
I have a few problems that I'm trying to understand. If anyone can assist me that would be greatly appreciated.
Solve by using square root property:
1) 3(x-4)^2 = 15
2) (3x-4)^2 = 8
Solve by completing the square:
3) 2x^2 - 7x + 3= 0
Solve using the Quadratic Formula:
4) 3x^2 - 3x - 4= 0
Thank you.
i'll do 1, do number 2..
adding sides, we have
from here, continue.. just like in number 1.
if we have a quadratic poly of the form , then
so, a= 3, b= -3, c = -4.. do the substitution.. Ü
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