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How can we prove that?

$x^2+2x\sqrt x+3x+2\sqrt x+1=0$

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How can we prove that?

$x^2+2x\sqrt x+3x+2\sqrt x+1=0$

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You pretty much are stuck with two choices: Ferrari's method or graphing. I'd choose graphing!

How can we prove that?

$x^2+2x\sqrt x+3x+2\sqrt x+1=0$

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[sp]Well, if $\sqrt{x}$ is not pure imaginary then x is complex, anyway.[/sp]

Nice catch!

-Dan

Nice catch!

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ha, ha so easy solution

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