# How do you find the zeros for #y=5x^2-2#?

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To find the answer, set up the problem so

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To find the answer, set up the problem so

Add 2 to both sides to get:

Then, divide both sides by 5:

Then, take the square root of both sides:

The final answer is:

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You set y equal 0, then solve the resulting equation for the value(s) of x.

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Given:

Set

Flip the equation:

Add 2 to both sides:

Divide both sides by 5:

When we perform the square root operation on both sides, we obtain a negative value and a positive value:

Multiply both by 1 in the form of

Check that both values produce

The zeros are

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