Hey I have a test today and cant figure out how to solve certain quadratic equations. We are doing solving the equations by completing the square using these steps: 1. divide each side by coefficient of x squared 2. rewrite the equation with the constant on right side 3. complete the square: add the square of one half of the coefficient of x to both sides 4. write the left side as a square and simplify the right side 5. equate the square root of the left side to the principle square root of the right side and its negative. 6. solve the 2 resulting equations. Heres my problem: 2s squared+5s=3 heres what im doing s squared+5/2s=2/3 but when you hald 5/2 and then square it you get a fraction...how are you supposed to factor a number with a fraction in it? help please!