Miriam Reynoso
Mercy College
Quantitative Analysis
April 19, 2011
Solve
a) 3x2+24x=0
(3x ) ( x + 8 ) = 0
x=0,x=-8
b) (2x +3)2=36
4x+9=36
4x=27
X=27/4= x= 6.75
c) -3x2=-16 (quadratic formula)
Quadratic formula:
a=3, b=-16, and c=-5.
where
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