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Can you help me check if I'm doing this correctly or not?
I'm solving this quadratic equation by us ing the quadratic equation.

-9v^2+35v-30=1-v

-9v^2+36v-29=0
-36 ± √36^2-4(-9)(29) divided by 2(-9)
-35 ± √1296 + 1044 divided by -18
-36 ± √2340 divided by -18
^ that is my final answer :x am I correct?

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