Mathematics
AntoinetteBeasley
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How do you solve the equation 2x^2+6=-7x by factoring?

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Solorio503

[latex]2 x^{2} +7x+6=0 [/latex] we can write it as  [latex]2 x^{2} +3x+4x+6=0[/latex] therfore , [latex]x(2x+3)+2(2x+3)=0[/latex] so [latex]x=- 3/2 [/latex] and [latex]x=-2[/latex]

Bowline347

Hi again! 2x² + 6 = -7x 2x² + 6 + 7x = 0 Factorize (2x+3)(x+2)=0 Set factors equal to 0 2x + 3 = 0 or x + 2 = 0 2x = 0 - 3 or x = 0 - 2 2x = -3 or x = -2 x= -3/2 or x = -2

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