its an equaton

its an equaton

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x= 2.9 x= -6.9

use -the quadratic equation to solve -b+ (the square root of b - 4ac) /(2a)

substitute the numbers from the given equation into this equation and solve.

b=2 , a=1 c= -5

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Use the quadratic formula!

(-b±√(b^{2}-4ac)) /(2a)

-2±√(-16)) / (2)

(-2±4√-1)/2

=**-1+ 4i** and =**-1 - 4i**

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