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X^2 +8x=9 solve by applying the zero product property

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1. Move 9 to the other side of the equation:

X^2 + 8X - 9 = 0

2. Factor the quadratic equation:

(X + 9)(X - 1) = 0

3. Apply the zero product property:

X + 9 = 0 \text{ or } X - 1 = 0

4. Solve for X:

X = -9 \text{ or } X = -1

Answer: X = -9 \text{ or } X = -1

2. Factor the quadratic equation:

3. Apply the zero product property:

4. Solve for X:

Answer:

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