If m is a real number and 2x^2 + mx + 18 has two distinct real roots, then what are the possible values of m? Express your answer in interval notation.
There will be 2 distinct roots if and only if the discriminant (\(b^2 - 4ac\)) is positive.
Substituting what we know, we have: \(m^2 - 4 \times 2 \times 18 > 0\)
Now, we have a simple inequality and have to solve for m.
Can you take it from here?