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Express 6x − x^2 − 5 in the form a − (x− b)^2
, where a and b are constants.
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4-(x-3)^2
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4-(x-3)^2
You are right but how do we get that? Please may you display a step by step process
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Sorry but i dont have time to write a solution, but you are essentially just completing the square. It may help to factor out a -1 to make the x^2 positive
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