Could someone help me with this question step-by-step using the quadratic formula? 3x² + 24x – 144

Could someone help me with this question step-by-step using the quadratic formula? 3x² + 24x – 144

The square of a number (x^2), decreased by 6, is equal to 18 decreased by 5 times the number. The numbers are _______ and _________.

Could someone help me with this question step-by-step using the quadratic formula? 3x²-17x+10

I tried and I got the answer k=1/3 and m = -1/15, but the answer for my k is wrong according to my book which is k=-1/3 instead. Please help me

How do I know if this has One, Two, or No Real Solution? -3x^2 + 5x - 1 = 0

I've been having trouble with this problem: x2 + 2x = 8 So far this is what I got: -2±√-28 ----------- 2 However I'm not too...

I've been having trouble with this problem: x2 + 2x = 8 So far this is what I got: -2±√-28 ----------- 2 However...

Can someone help me solve this Quadratic Equation by square root? If you could do it step-by-step I would appreciate but if it's too much work then it's okay, just don't bother. 3x² +...

I need help with these, if someone could explain them step-by-step, I would really appreciate it :) 1. 3x² - 48 = 0 2. x² = 36 3. p² - 50 = 0

Please explain your reasoning.

Please describe what does it mean by simultaneously real roots in this question

Question from complex no. and quadratic equations

It is a word problem pertaining to quadratic equations and functions . I need help

The length of a rectangle is 8 feet longer then it's width ,which has the same dimension as the side of the square . If the area of the rectangle is equal to 160 square feet more then the area of...

It's the topic of quadratic equation....

When determining the width of the rectangle it has to be the shorter side. And find out if what gives you the total of 150m squared

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formula and sketch each detail of each line

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I know how to figure it out, I don't know what to write for the sum of the solutions? Do I see if any of the two solutions make the problem true?