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x'2+ 10= 3x+17. Use the quadratic formula to solve.

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    x'2+ 10= 3x+17

    it is generally accepted to use ^ to show exponents.
    x^2+ 10= 3x+17
    x2 - 3x - 7 = 0

    x = (3 ± √(9-4(1)(-7))/2

    can you finish it ?

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    the square root is impossible to do how do you solve it?

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