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solve each of the following equations by completing the square and show your work
x² + 6x + 24=0

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  1. x² + 6x + 24=0
    x² + 6x + 9 = -24 + 9
    (x+3)^2 = -15
    x+3 = ±i√15
    x = -3 ±i√15

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