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x2 + 5x = 6

Subtract 6 from both sides:

x2 + 5x - 6 = 0

Factor:

(x + 6)(x - 1) = 0

The first value:

x + 6 = 0, so x = -6

The second value: x - 1 = 0, so x = 1

The possible values of x are -6 and 1.

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Try -1. x=1, x=-6

x (x+5) = 6 X equals 1.

For each of the infinite possible vaues of x, there is a different vaue of y. It is not possible to provide a table with an infinite number of entries.

The values are: x = -6 and y = 10

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Try -1. x=1, x=-6

Using the discriminant the possible values of k are -9 or 9

x (x+5) = 6 X equals 1.

Without knowing what x equals this is not possible to complete.

For each of the infinite possible vaues of x, there is a different vaue of y. It is not possible to provide a table with an infinite number of entries.

n = 3/2, n = 2

It is possible.

It's not possible

The domain of a function is the set of it's possible x values that will make the function work and output y values. In this case, it would be all the real numbers.

- 3.5 plus 10.5 equals 7 is one possible answer.

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The values are: x = -6 and y = 10