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The problem is found in the chapter titled Quadratic Equations, Functions, and Models and asks simply to solve: 3y^3-5y-2y=0
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factoring __ (y)(3y^2-7)=0 __ so, y=0
3y^2=7 __ y=sqrt(7/3) and y=-sqrt(7/3)