How do you find the roots, real and imaginary, of #y=8x^2+7x-(3x-1)^2 # using the quadratic formula?
Zeros of function are
The roots of general form of equation
Simplifying the given equation
we see that
As discriminant is positive but not a complete square, we have real but irrational roots.
Hence, using quadratic formula
the zeros are the given equation are
or Zeros of function are