Posted by **Trina** on Saturday, September 4, 2010 at 4:25pm.

Can someone show me how to use the quadratic formula to solve this problem.This is for extra credit.I don't uderstand how to do this, so can someone point out the steps so I can be able to do the other five problem like this one. Thanks again for your help.

5/x+1=9-x

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