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nvm, did a random -2 instead of -1, sorry.

delete now ;p
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Why my method is not working?

x^2+2x+\frac{11}{2}=(x+1)^2-1+\frac{11}{2}

Not checked through the rest.
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x^2+2x+\frac{11}{2}=(x+1)^2-1+\frac{11}{2}

Not checked through the rest.
trrrue, stupid mistake
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