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twice the square of a positive number increased by three times the number is 14. find the number

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  1. answer choice:

    a.) 4
    b.) 5
    c.) 7
    d.) 2

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  2. Let the positive square number be x

    2x^2 + 3x = 14

    solve for x:

    2x^2 + 3x - 14 = 0
    hint: it factors, remember to reject the negative answer.

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  3. Thanks :)

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  4. It's 2 M :)))))))))))

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  5. 12 increased by three times a number

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