Maths 10th grade
posted by Denise .
1The roots of x2  6x + m  3=0 are x1 and x2.If 2x1  3x2= 2 is given, find m?
2Given the inequalities
x2
______ < 0 and x2  4x  5<0 , find the solution set.
x4

x2  6x + m 3 = 0
x2  6x  3 = m
Is a start. Then use the Quadradic Formula to find the factors.
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