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Solving Equations then tell which solution method you used!T^2 16T +65=0 #2 20060406 18:24:35
Re: Solving Equations then tell which solution method you used!This equation has no real solutions. The quadratic formula gives T = [b + sqrt(b^2  4ac)] / 2a here we have a = 1, b = 16 and c = 65 putting these values in we get: Last edited by gnitsuk (20060406 18:25:58) #3 20060406 22:57:07
Re: Solving Equations then tell which solution method you used!What do the i's stand for? And if the sqrt = a negative number I thought it would's you do #4 20060406 23:17:47
Re: Solving Equations then tell which solution method you used!By definition: This is a complex number. IPBLE: Increasing Performance By Lowering Expectations. #6 20060410 05:47:10
Re: Solving Equations then tell which solution method you used!For future reference, make your own help topic instead of posting in someone else's. Why did the vector cross the road? It wanted to be normal. 