quadriatic equation
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solve and check each of the following quadratic equation
(1)x^+x6=0
(2)x^+8x+15=0
(3)x^+2x+1=0
(4)x^3x4=0
(5)x^4x32=0

1) x= 3 or x = 2
2)x= 3 or x= 8
3) x=1
4) x=4 or x=1
5) x=8 or x=4
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