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    Exact Value

    How would you show the exact value of

    -1/5x^2+1/3x+5/3

    when x= -17/15
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    Quote Originally Posted by billyseparate
    How would you show the exact value of

    -1/5x^2+1/3x+5/3

    when x= -17/15
    Exact value of what you want to show?
    Your question is not well defined.
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    Simple, substitute x for -17/15 and you have your exact answer.
    You may want to simplify, though that doesn't matter for the 'exactness'.
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