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# 11 x 2 -34 x 3 equals to 0 by Completing Square From Quadratic Equation?

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###### Answered 2013-04-20 12:43:41

If you mean: 11x2-34x+3 = 0 then the solutions are x = 1/11 and x = 3 by completing the square or using the quadratic equation formula

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