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24 February, 15:14

Andrew solves 6x2=12x by using the quadratic formula. What values does he use for a, b, and c? a = (Put the number only in the blank - not the "a = ") b = (Put the number only in the blank - not the "b = ") c = (Put the number only in the blank - not the "c = ")

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  1. 24 February, 16:25
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    a=6, b=-12, and c=0

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The standard format for the quadratic formula is ax^2+bx+c (=0).

    If we rearrange the numbers given to look like this formula, we will find the values of a, b, and c.

    6x^2=12x We can move over the 12x to the other side.

    6x^2-12x=0 There is no visible value of c, but since there is no term without a variable, c=0

    6x^2-12x+0=0

    So a=6, b=-12, and c=0
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