   Chapter 1.1, Problem 131E
Textbook Problem

find the real roots of each equation by factoring.131. 4t2 + 2t − 2 = 0

To determine
The roots of the quadratic equation by using factorization method.

Explanation

Given:

The quadratic equation is 4t2+2t2 .

Calculation:

Make the factors of the quadratic equation.

4t2+4t2t2=0 .

Take common factor in above equation as 4t from (4t2+4t) and 2 from (2t2) .

Now equation is,

4t(t+1)2(t+1)=0 .

Take (t+1) as common factor

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