Evualuate For a = 1 1/2

\(\begin{align*} (5a^2 - 13a + 4)(2a - 3) \end{align*}\)

Guest Apr 21, 2019

#1**+1 **

When a = 1 1/2 = 3/2,

\(2a = 3\\ 2a - 3 = 0\)

\((5a^2-13a+4)(2a - 3) = (5a^2-13a+4)(0) = 0\)

.MaxWong Apr 21, 2019

#2**-2 **

To evaluate this expression, let's first start with 2a-3. We know a = 3/2. Thus, 2a - 3 is 3 - 3 which is 0. We know anything times 0 is 0 so...

...**the answer is 0!!**

~~Hypotenuisance

Hypotenuisance Apr 21, 2019