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Use the equation with e = 140 to calculate two possible s values using the equation e=-0.02s^2+3.6s-5.4 (round to the nearest whole number) Hint: s=(-b±√(b^2-4ac))/2a

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e = 140 e = -0.02s + 3.6s – 5.4

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The root of the quadratic equati...

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-0.02s +3.6s – 5.4 = 140 -0.02s +3.6s -145.4 = 0 the above equation as compare to the standard quadratic equation as' + bs +c a = -0.02 b = 3.6 c =-145.4

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