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Quadratic Formula:
x =  \frac{-b(+-) \sqrt{b ^2-4ac}  }{2a}
All you have to do is substitute the values of a,b and c
in which case if refer to the standard equation you'll have
then the coefficient for x² will be a, the coefficient of x will be b and c will be the value the value of the constant.
for the sign, whether you'll have positive or negative, just follow the sign of the coefficients..
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