y= 4x^2 +6x - 2

Using the quadratic formula to identify any x-intercepts on the graph of this equation x=? or are there no x- intercepts?

y= 4x^2 +6x - 2

Using the quadratic formula to identify any x-intercepts on the graph of this equation x=? or are there no x- intercepts?

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*y = ax ^{2} + bx + c
*

Let's find value of x if y = 0

4x

D = 3

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