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Homework Help: Math

Posted by Beth Anne on Tuesday, September 28, 2010 at 4:26pm.

Determine the zeros of the function 3x^2 -8=10x. I know I rewrite it as 3x^2 -10x-8 = 0

But then what do I do-I'm totally confused-Answers are
{-2,4}
{2,4}
{-2/3,4}
{2/3,4}
Please direct me or show the steps, just don't give me the answer because I still won't get it.I think it is -2/3,4 but I'm not sure-even if that is correct, please show me the steps.
Thank you

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