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Factor y = -3x^2 - 2x + 5
Agreed.
Big Jeff
Post #13
Oct 8, 2003
Forum:
General Math
Factor y = -3x^2 - 2x + 5
When I need to solve a quadratic, I simply solve it by completing the square (unless, of course, it's already a perfect square trinomial). No formula to memorize, no factoring, just the same procedure every time. :smile:
Big Jeff
Post #11
Oct 8, 2003
Forum:
General Math
Stirling's approximation
This article at Mathworld derives Stirling's approximation step by step. :smile:
Big Jeff
Post #2
Apr 23, 2003
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