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Homework Help: Algebra

Posted by Corinna on Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 10:46am.

Solve x^2-10x+22=0 by using the quadratic formula. After I substituted in the values for A, B, and C, and broke it down I got 10 plus or minus 2 times the square root of three/2. How do you break this down further? I know ten can be divided by 2 to get five, and 2/2 is 1, but how do you handle the sq. of 3 divided by 2? What would the ultimate result be? Thank you!

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