For what real values of k does the quadratic 12x^2 + kx + 27 = 0 have nonreal roots? Enter your answer as an interval.
If a quadratic has nonreal roots, then the discriminant \(b^2-4ac<0\).
Plug in the values for b, a, and c into this equation to get \(k^2-4*12*27<0\).
Rearrange to get \(k^2<4*12*27\).
Now factorize 4*12*27 and solve to get \(-36 < k < 36\)