# SOLUTION: Use factoring to solve the equation 6x^2 + 23x - 18 = 0 I know the choices are x=2/3, -2/9 x=3/2, -2/23 x=2/3, -23/2 x=3/2, -9/2 x=2/3, -9/2 Can someone please show

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Radicals Question 442620: Use factoring to solve the equation 6x^2 + 23x - 18 = 0 I know the choices are x=2/3, -2/9 x=3/2, -2/23 x=2/3, -23/2 x=3/2, -9/2 x=2/3, -9/2 Can someone please show me how to work this problem? ThanksAnswer by stanbon(57412)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Use factoring to solve the equation 6x^2 + 23x - 18 = 0 6x^2 + 27x-4x -18 = 0 3x(2x+9)-2(2x+9) = 0 (2x+9)(3x-2) = 0 --------------- x =-9/2 or x = 2/3 ============================= Cheers, Stan H. ============================= I know the choices are x=2/3, -2/9 x=3/2, -2/23 x=2/3, -23/2 x=3/2, -9/2 x=2/3, -9/2