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does this quadratic equation:
3x^2 - 2x - 9 = 0

have two solutions?? or none?

and if there are solutions will it be either 1.431 or -1.431 (correct 2 3 decimal places) or 4

also 2.097 remember there is a + or - sign in the equation. You have to try both.

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