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CALCULUS    Algebra 2, 2008 PAGE: 282 SET: Exercises PROBLEM: 34
Please look in your text book for this problem Statement  The equation is .

Compare the equation with .

a = 1, b = 6 and c = 0. a) Now we can find discriminant value (Substitute a = 1, b = 6 and c = 0)    b) The discriminant is positive, so the equation have two rational roots.

c) Apply quadratic formula:  (Replace , a with 1, and b with 6)    The solutions are . The discriminant value is 36 and the equation have two rational roots.

The solutions are . TESTIMONIALS
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