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# Quadratics HELP!

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Find the largest possible value of x in the simplified form x= (a + b square root c)/d  if , 5x/6 +1 = 3/x, where a,b,c,  and d  are integers. What is acd/b?

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By the quadratic formula, $x = \frac{-4 \pm 4 \sqrt{13}}{7}$, so $\frac{acd}{b} = \frac{(-4)(13)(7)}{4} = -91$.

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The answer is 5 when  x=3, y =-2

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the answer is 5

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