# Solve x2 - 16x + 60 = -12 by completing the steps. First, subtract 60 from each side of the equation. Next, add to each side of the equation to complete the square.

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jimmyrepinX^2 - 16x + 60 = -12 x^2 - 16x = -12 - 60 x^2 - 16x + 64 = -72 + 64 (x - 8)^2 = -8 x - 8 = +/- sqrt8 i x = 8 + sqrt8 i , 8 - sqrt8 i

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wadedevin5X^2 - 16x + 60 = -12 x^2 - 16x = -12 - 60 x^2 - 16x + 64 = -72 + 64 (x - 8)^2 = -8 x - 8 = +/- sqrt8 i x = 8 + sqrt8 i , 8 - sqrt8 i