# SOLUTION: How do you graph m² - 5m – 14 = 0 ?

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 Question 431243: How do you graph m² - 5m – 14 = 0 ?Answer by stanbon(57282)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!How do you graph m² - 5m – 14 = 0 ? ---- Maybe you mean y = m^2-5m-14 ---- Solve m^2-5m-14 = 0 to find the m-intercepts: (m-7)(m+2) = 0 m = 7 or m = -2 --- The m-intercepts are (7,0) and (-2,0) ====================================== The y-intercept is (0,-14) ---- Plot those three points and sketch a parabola opening upward thru them to get: --- ---- Cheers, Stan H. =========