Q: What is -2x squared plus 3x plus 5 equals 0?

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3x(2x + 1)

Yes.

3x2 + 2x - 8 = 0 is a quadratic equation.

They intersect at the point of: (-3/2, 11/4)

3x+56 = 2x+4 3x-2x = 4-56 x = -52

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3x(2x + 1)

Yes.

3x2 + 2x - 8 = 0 is a quadratic equation.

2x+3x = 5x

If: y = 4x2-2x-1 and y = -2x2+3x+5 Then the length of the line works out as: 65/18 or 3.6111 ... recurring decimal 1

6x^2 + 11x + 4 is a Quadratic Statement. It is NOT an equation, because there is no 'equals' (=). It will factor to ( 3x + 4)(2x + 1)

They intersect at the point of: (-3/2, 11/4)

3x+5 = 2x+13 3x-2x = 13-5 x = 8

3x + 8 = 2x +28 3x - 2x = 28 - 8 x=20

3x+56 = 2x+4 3x-2x = 4-56 x = -52

6x2 + 10x = 2x*(3x + 5)

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