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    Quote Originally Posted by Awsom Guy View Post
    so I get:
    C=0 and:
    8=4a^2-2b+C
    How can I simultanously solve this.
    Come on, you have

    4a^2 - 2b + c = 8

    and you know that b = 4a and c = 0.


    What's the equation you get when you substitute b and c?
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    oh yessss thanks I already had that but my eyes are closing tired and yess I forgot that you used a instead of x. wow I should get some sleep now, thank you sooooo much, most appreciated. thanks
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