Use the quadratic formula y^{2}-7y-5=0

pedzenekO 2021-08-15 Answered
Use the quadratic formula y27y5=0
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likvau
Answered 2021-08-16 Author has 75 answers
Solve for y over the real numbers:
y27y5=0
Hint: Using the quadratic formula, solve for y.
{y}={{7}±{{({7})}2{4}{({5})}}}{2}={{7}±{{49}+{20}}}{2}={{7}±{{69}}}{2}
Answer:
{y}={{7}+{{69}}}{2}{or}{y}={{7}{{69}}}{2}
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