I am having trouble figuring out this problem. I know that there may not be a real solution, but we have to show the steps to solving this theoretical quadratic. If someone could show me the steps that would be awesome!
I am having trouble figuring out this problem. I know that there may not be a real solution, but we have to show the steps to solving this theoretical quadratic. If someone could show me the steps that would be awesome!
I don't really understand your question if it is in x or y? She just asked for us to solve this using the quadratic equation. I assume that there is going to be no number answer
I don't really understand your question if it is in x or y? She just asked for us to solve this using the quadratic equation. I assume that there is going to be no number answer
If it's a quadratic in y you need to solve for y=f(x)
If it's a quadratic in x you need to solve for x = f(y)
I don't really understand your question if it is in x or y? She just asked for us to solve this using the quadratic equation. I assume that there is going to be no number answer
If you're solving for and using the quadratic formula: let and
What you did there makes sense. I understand how to get to that point now. So basically she is just looking for how I would come to the solution... but there will not be an actual number solution?