How do you solve 8y^{2}-9y=-1?

elbluffz1 2022-01-23 Answered
How do you solve 8y29y=1?
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Step 1 Express in standard form; ax2+bx+c=0 8y29y+1=0 using the a-c method to factor the quadratic the factors of the product 8×1=8 which sum to -9 are -8 and -1 split the middle term using these factors 8y28yy+1=0 factor by grouping 8y(y1)1(y1)=) take out the common factor (y1) (y1)(8y1)=0 equate each factor to zero and solve for y 8y1=0y=18 y1=0y=1
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