$\displaystyle r^{2}-6r+6=0$

This might result in an $\displaystyle i$ root. I am not sure just stuck.

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- Jul 29th 2009, 01:32 PMdiddledabble[SOLVED] Factor
$\displaystyle r^{2}-6r+6=0$

This might result in an $\displaystyle i$ root. I am not sure just stuck. - Jul 29th 2009, 01:39 PMPlato
Do you know the quadratic formula?

$\displaystyle \frac{6\pm\sqrt{36-24}}{2}$ - Jul 29th 2009, 01:45 PMdiddledabbleThat isn't it
It needs to result in a whole number.

- Jul 29th 2009, 02:18 PMPlato
- Jul 29th 2009, 06:05 PMmr fantastic
Just to add something for the OP:

Read this: The Quadratic Formula Explained

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