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Two times the square of x plus the difference of x squared and eight times x

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2*X^2 +(X^2-8X)=3X^2-8X=X(3X-8)

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    If you want to solve 2*X^2 +(X^2-8X)=3X^2-8X=X(3X-8)=0, the solutions are the values of X that make each factor in the very last expression equal 0: X=0, and X=8/3





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I'm not sure what calculator you wanted on:Ti 89


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The Ti 84/83 you would use the solver in the math key. just have it =0

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    To me the square of anything is the square root.




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