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what formula should i use to solve this quadratic formula?
2x2 + 4x + 2 = 0.

  • algebra1 - ,

    There are different ways to solve a quadratic equation. The problem can most easily be solved by factoring.
    2x²+4x+2 = 0
    2(x²+2x+1) = 0
    2(x+1)² = 0
    therefore x+1=0.
    Can you take it from here?

  • algebra1 - ,

    I can't type in the formula because of the typing options but go to purplemath or mathwarehouse to get help.

  • algebra1 - ,

    actualy you can factor out 2

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