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Homework Help: math,algebra,correction

Posted by jasmine20 on Monday, April 16, 2007 at 12:42pm.

Is this correct:

solve using the quadratic equation:

5x^-4x+1=0

My answer:

x= (2)/(5) +/- (1)/(5)i
Or should i combine the denominators to look like this:
x= (2+/-1)/(5) i

I don't like where you show the i

I would write the solution as

(2 +-i)/5 or 2/5 +-i/5

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