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Ok so I think the form is ax^2+bc+c

So, 2x^2-3x+3

I did not think that this could be factored, so I am using the quadratic equation:

(-b+-sqrt(b^2-4ac))/2a

(3+-sqrt(9-4(2)(3)))/4

(3+-sqrt(-15))/4

Sqrt(-15) can have "i" taken out because it's imaginary.

(3+-isqrt(15))/4

answer 1: (3+i sqrt(15))/4

answer 2: (3-i sqrt(15))/4

I hope this is actually correct.

Mellie
Apr 26, 2018