assumming this =y
if you want to see the graph
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=3x^2+%2B+740x+%2B+1000%3Dy
if this expression is =x
quadratic formula:
these are very complicated answers hope the equation was copied correctly.
I was wondering if there are easier ways or ways to break down large quadratics such as:
I can't manipulate the window on my calculator to see the graph.
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You factor out the leading coefficient. But 740/3 and 1000/3 are still sketchy.
Can I divide 1000, 740 and 3 by 10 and get somewhere with it?
assumming this =y
if you want to see the graph
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=3x^2+%2B+740x+%2B+1000%3Dy
if this expression is =x
quadratic formula:
these are very complicated answers hope the equation was copied correctly.