Fractions in quadratic equations

Algebra
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if I have too write (2/3,3) into a quadratic equation, how would I do so? Also how would I solve it?

Jan 13th, 2015

So if (2/3,3) are the solution for a quadratic equation, then the quadratic expression should be factored by 

(x-2/3) and (x-3).

Therefore the equation should be (x-2/3)(x-3)=0

                                                       x^2-2/3x-3x+(-2/3)*(-3)=0

                                                       x^2-11/3 x+2=0

                                                       3x^2-11x+6=0

Jan 13th, 2015

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