How do you find the zeros, real and imaginary, of #y= -7x^2-5x+3# using the quadratic formula?
The zeroes (or roots, as they are also called) of
The problem says to use the quadratic formula, so we will use that. The quadratic formula is
The equation is already in standard form (thank goodness).
Plugging these into the quadratic formula:
109 is a prime number, so