Pre Calculus
posted by Sarah .
In this problem we are supposed to find all real solutions. It is x(1x)=6 and I know that the first step you use distributive and get xx^2=6 but where do you go from here.

Then, rearrange it to
x^2x+6=0
Look at the quadratic formula
x= (1+sqrt (124))/2
Now, are there any real roots?
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