Posted by **P** on Sunday, July 4, 2010 at 11:21am.

I have to use my answer from a previous question (factorise and solve x^2+x-30=0 which i factorised as (x-5)(x+6)=0 and then solved as x=5 or x=-6) i now have to explain how i can use this answer to solve th equation 4x^2+4x-120=0 and then say what are the solutions?

Please could you help me!!!!!

Thank you

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