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23 January, 15:53

# Trish is solving for the zeros of the quadratic function f (x) = 2x2 - 3x + 3. x = StartFraction negative b plus or minus StartRoot b squared minus 4 a c EndRoot Over 2 a EndFraction x = StartFraction negative (negative 3) plus or minus StartRoot (negative 3) squared minus 4 (2) (3) EndRoot Over 2 (2) EndFraction x = StartFraction 3 plus or minus StartRoot b 9 + 32 EndRoot Over 4 EndFraction x = StartFraction 3 plus or minus StartRoot 41 EndRoot Over 4 EndFraction Did Trish find the correct zeros of this function? Explain. Yes, those are the two real number zeros. No, the two real number zeros are StartFraction negative 3 plus or minus StartRoot 41 EndRoot Over 4 EndFraction. No, the two real number zeros are StartFraction 3 plus or minus StartRoot 41 EndRoot Over negative 4 EndFraction. No, the function has no real number zeros

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1. 23 January, 16:08
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the anwser is a
2. 23 January, 16:58
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No, the function has no real number zeros.

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