algebra 2
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how do you find a quadratic equation if you are given the solutions such as x=2/3 and x=4 can you work out the solution of how you got your answer please

Multiply both sides of the first equation by 3, then subtract 2.
3x  2 = 0
Add 4 to both sides of second equation.
x + 4 = 0
Can you work it from here?
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