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Problem: Using the quadratic formula, solve for the negative value of x when given the following equation:  2x2 + 3.15 × 103 – 8.09 × 10–2a) x = –211.570 b) x = –0.00780c) x = –350.000026 d) x = –2.568 × 10–5 

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Using the quadratic formula, solve for the negative value of x when given the following equation:  

2x2 + 3.15 × 103 – 8.09 × 10–2


a) x = –211.570 

b) x = –0.00780

c) x = –350.000026 

d) x = –2.568 × 10–5 

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