# SOLUTION: How do you solve this equation: 2(m+1)²=3m+7

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 Question 399231: How do you solve this equation: 2(m+1)²=3m+7Found 2 solutions by josmiceli, unlockmath:Answer by josmiceli(9645)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! use quadratic formua: Answer by unlockmath(1599)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Hello, First let's expand this 2(m+1)²=3m+7 to get: 2m^2+4m+2=3m+7 Subtract 3m+7 from both sides: 2m^2+m-5=0 To solve this we need to plug it into the quadratic formula: x = -1 +- (sqrt 41)/4 There we go. Make sense? RJ www.math-unlock.com