I am trying to figure out the steps to solve this equation: (t-5)^2=2t^2-7t-3 I dont even know how to start this. And I cant seem to find an example in the book. Thanks,
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Originally Posted by GeinoD I am trying to figure out the steps to solve this equation: (t-5)^2=2t^2-7t-3 I dont even know how to start this. And I cant seem to find an example in the book. Thanks, 1. Expand the LHS 2. Collect all terms at the LHS 3. Solve the quadratic equation for t using the quadratic formula. 4. I've got: EDIT: Found my mistake!
Originally Posted by GeinoD I am trying to figure out the steps to solve this equation: (t-5)^2=2t^2-7t-3 I dont even know how to start this. And I cant seem to find an example in the book. Thanks, Try expanding the left hand side Now collect all of you like terms. You should be able to finish from here
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