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Homework Help: Math

Posted by -Untamed- on Monday, December 5, 2011 at 7:42pm.

Solve the following quadratic equation(as exact values) using the quadratic formula.

x^2-10x-15=0

I got 5+-2sqrt10/2.

^ Sorry hard to write it out. But basically there is a 5 there, the negative sign is supposed to be under the positive sign, then there is a two outside of the radicand, and inside the radicand is 10, all under 2.

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