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    This question concerns the equation

    3x^2- 4x- 5=0

    Choose the two correct statements about this equation

    Options.

    A. The equation has no real-number solutions.

    B. The equation has one real-number solution.

    C. The equation has two solutions x= - 0.7863 and x= 2.120 correct to 4 significant figures.

    D. The equation has two solutions, x= -2.120 and x= -2.547 correct to 4 significant figures.

    E. The equation has two solutions, x= -5.453 and x= -2.547 correct to 4 significant figures.

    F. The equation has two solutions, x= 2.547 and x=5.453 to 4 significant figures.

    G. The solutions of this equation (if any) are the values of x where the graph of y=3x^2-4x-5 cuts the x-axis (if at all).

    H. The solutions of this equation are the values of x where the graph of y=3x^2-4x-5 takes its minimum value.

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    3x^2 - 4x - 5 = 0.....this is a quadratic equation of form ax^2 + bx + c = 0.

    a = 3
    b ...

    Solution Summary

    The correct statements about an equation are determined.

    $2.49

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