x^2+6x+3 =?

What is the correct answer to this equation?

x^2+6x+3 =?

What is the correct answer to this equation?

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Assuming x^{2}+6x+3 =0, you will have to solve this equation using quadratic formula.

The general equation can be written in the form of ax^{2}+bx+c=0.

The solution for the equation is x = (-b ± √(b^{2}-4ac))/2a.

Now plugin the values in place of a,b,c and you will have solution to your equation.

There will be two solutions to this equation

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## Comments

This expression is not factorable. You may be able to solve it by use of the quadratic formula or by completing the square. The context is important, which is not mentioned.