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posted by trevor .
Put the equation in the form ax2 + bx + c = 0. Enter exponents using the caret ( ^ ). For example, you would enter 4x2 as 4x^2.
4x^2+5x=(3x1)^23x^2

Multiply (3x1)(3x1) and then combine terms on the left of the = sign.
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