Posted by **Sir Galahad** on Saturday, December 9, 2006 at 5:19pm.

Solve the quadratic equation:

2x(squared)+6x+12=0

I know you have to find two numbers that =24 (2 times 12) and have a sum of 6. But I can't think of any! Can someone please help?

Use the quadratic.

And this problem has no real answers, they are imaginary.

Oh, the quadratic formula? Lol, why didn't I think of that?! Sorry, but thanks!!!

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