Math 111

Use the discriminant to determine the number and type of solutions for the given equation. Either A, B, C, OR D

2x^2 = 7x - 8

A One (repeated) rational solution
B Two irrational solutions
C Two imaginary solutions
D Two rational solutions

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  1. 2x^2-7x+8=0

    b^2-4ac= 49-64=-15 So that puts A, D as not the answers.

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