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What is the solution set to the equation (2x−4)(4x−5)=0?

 

SamJones  Jan 17, 2018

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Set each factor to 0 and solve

 

2x -  4  = 0      add 4 to both sides

2x  = 4    divide both sides by 2

x  = 2

 

4x - 5  = 0    add 5 to both sides

4x  =5    divide both sides by 4

x  = 5/4

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Jan 17, 2018
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2 is the answer.

Guest Jan 17, 2018
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Set each factor to 0 and solve

 

2x -  4  = 0      add 4 to both sides

2x  = 4    divide both sides by 2

x  = 2

 

4x - 5  = 0    add 5 to both sides

4x  =5    divide both sides by 4

x  = 5/4

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Jan 17, 2018

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