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4x^2+11x-69=0 Find the solution to use a comma to separate the answers as needed.

X^2+11x What is the constant term?(Integer or simplified fraction)

1/6 gt
y= (rationalize all Denominators)

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    4x^2+11x-69 = (x-3)(4x+23), so
    x = -23/4,3

    constant term is zero

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