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Solve by completing the square : 2x^2= 9x+5

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    2x^2= 9x+5
    2x^2 - 9x = 5
    x^2 - 9/2 x = 5/2
    x^2 - 9/2 x + 81/16 = 5/2 + 81/16
    (x-9/4)^2 = 121/16
    x-9/4 = ±11/4
    x = 9/4 ± 11/4
    x = -1/2 , 5

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    How to solve by completely the square.
    X^2+18x+10=0

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