ALGEBRA 1
posted by DANIELLE .
Reiny Thanks for your help. But you lost me. I still end up with +/ 7 How did you get 1/16 I am con fused here.
no 2 you have to take 1/2 of 3/2 which would be 3/4.
then 3/4 squared is 9/16
so line 4 should read
x^2  (3/2)x + 9/16 = 1/2 + 9/16
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(x3/4)^2 = 1/16 ( how did you get 1/16)
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x=1 or x=1/2
9/16 1/2= 9/168/16= 1/16
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