How do you solve #8x^2+4=-33x#?
The solutions are:
The equation is of the form
The Discriminant is given by:
The solutions are found using the formula
1/8 and 4
Use the new Transforming Method (Google and Yahoo Search).
Since a - b + c = 0, use shortcut. Two real roots of y' are: -1 and (-c/a = -32).
Back to y, divide these real roots by (a = 8) to get the 2 real roots of y --> :