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Find an equation that has the given solutions. (There are many correct answers.)

-1/6, -8/9

  • College Algebra -

    Start with
    (x-(-1/6))(x-(-8/9))=0

    Multiply by 54 on both sides to get
    (6x+1)(9x+8)=0

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