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Posted by **Becky** on Monday, March 10, 2008 at 10:20pm.

x^2+3/2x=3

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**drwls**, Monday, March 10, 2008 at 10:56pmThe "square" would be x^2 + 3/2 x + 9/16, so add 9/16 to both sides of the equation and then take the square root of both sides.

The first step will give you

(x + 3/4)^2 = 3 9/16 = 57/16

x + 3/4 = +/- sqrt(57/16)

x = -3/4 +/- (1/4)sqrt57

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