How do you find the zeros of # y = -6x^2 + 5x -2 # using the quadratic formula?

1 Answer
Mar 28, 2016

here is a short video to demonstrate how to do this. You will need to pick out the necessary components from your function for the substitution.
In your case, a = -6 b = 5 and c = -2

Substitute these values into the quadratic formula and you will obtain the roots (zeros) of the equation. From a graphical perspective, this will be the location of your X intercepts - where the graph will cross the X-axis

here is the video link