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use factoring to solve the equation
4x²-23x=6

I think the answer is x=-1/4,x=6
Just want to make sure that's right

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    4 x^2 -23 x - 6 = 0

    (4 x + 1)(x - 6) = 0
    x = -1/4 or x = 6
    agree

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