NO problem at all bro don't worry you know i always have your back when it comes to these type of things
Whats Wrong pal ???
I'm not ready for the Quiz that Dr. Hovan is about to give tomorrow I just don't get how to complete the square
After you replace c you divide b by 2 2 divided by 2 equals 1 after you replace c with 1 and look at your signs and variables to determine your binomials which your binomials will be (x-1)(x-1)
Lets start of with y=x2-2x-5 The first step of doing this is to get rid of c so you subtract it but dont forget to subtract from the other side too
After you do that u set your equation to look like (x-1)2=-6 which is the same as the binomials but your equation is also set to negative or positive so you have to add and subtract that equation so you subtract 1 on both sides of the equal sign and you add 1 to both sides of the equal sign
when you determine your binomials you remember that 1 we added early dont forget to add it to five so your equation should look like (x-1)(x-1)=-6