algebra

determine the x-intercepts for the function
y=2x^2+5x-3

Factor this:
0=2x^2+5x-3

That gives the roots.


i agree with bobpursley's statement as long as the numbers 2 5 and 3 are not squared or 2! 5! 3! then it would change the problem

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