By any method, determine all possible real solutions of each equation in Exercises 13–30. Check your answers by substitution.
To calculate: The all real solutions in the quadratic equation .
The provided quadratic equation is .
The value of in the equation can be given by the quadratic formula,
where and are real numbers with .
Consider the quadratic equation .
Since the denominator of the equation are therefore, the L.C.M of denominator is .
Multiply by on both sides in the above equation,
Add on both sides,
Compare the above equation with the equation ,
Put the values of in the quadratic formula
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