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Find the roots of the equation: \(6x^2+3x=0\)

tertre  Dec 30, 2017

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Hello, tertre...

 

\(6x^2+3x=0, x(6x+3)=0, \) so one root of the equation is 0, and the other is \(6x+3=0, 6x=-3, x=\frac{-3}{6}, \frac{-1}{2}\)

azsun  Dec 30, 2017
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Hello, tertre...

 

\(6x^2+3x=0, x(6x+3)=0, \) so one root of the equation is 0, and the other is \(6x+3=0, 6x=-3, x=\frac{-3}{6}, \frac{-1}{2}\)

azsun  Dec 30, 2017

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