College Algebra 1

Using the factoring method, solve for the root:

10x^2-41x=-21

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  1. 10 x^2 - 41 x + 21 = 0

    (5 3) (2 7) ???
    yes, 6 and 35

    (5x-3)(2x-7) = 0

    x = 3/5 or x = 7/2

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