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I need to find x of the quadratic function y=-3/4x^2-4x-1 and keep getting (4)/(3/2). Is this right and if so, can it be reduced?

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-or+2((sqrt13-3y)+4) divided by 3

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I need to find x of the quadratic function y=-3/4x^2-4x-1 and keep getting (4)/(3/2). Is this right and if so, can it be reduced?