SOLUTION: Using the quadratic equation, -6x^2+7x-14=0
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Using the quadratic equation, -6x^2+7x-14=0
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SOLVE quadratic equation with variable
(in our case
) has the following solutons:
For these solutions to exist, the
should not be a negative number.
First, we need to compute the discriminant
The discriminant -287 is less than zero. That means that there are no solutions among real numbers.
If you are a student of advanced school algebra and are aware about
, read on.
In the field of imaginary numbers, the square root of -287 is + or -
The solution is
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