TSI Math: Solving and Simplifying a Quadratic Equation

Which of the following values of x is a solution of the equation 5x² + 5x = 10?

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ten from both sides that normalize it that way And

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that way we kind of think about this We can

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simplify the equation by dividing both sides by five so

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it'll give us x squared plus x minus two zero

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makes it way simpler now we just need some factors

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here so we've got x squared plus one x minus

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two We always put the one in there to make

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it easier to think about so let's see it's going

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to be one times negative too or negative one times

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positive to wealthy ex there is a positive one so

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it's going to be negative one in positive too So

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we get x minus one times x plus two equals

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zero in the forensic there So to milk this equation

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for solutions we've got to set each route equal to

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zero to solve for x That just means the equation

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x minus one equals zero yields The solution that x

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equals one Any equation x plus two a zero yields

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The solution x equals minus two even though x minus

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one is a factor of the quadratic Well negative one

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isn't one of our solutions and the rest of these

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are all the trap So the answer is a negative 00:01:22.356 --> [endTime] too We're done