# How do you solve #(5s + 7) ( s + 5) = 23#?

We have two imaginary solutions :

or:

Use BODMAS rule.

First solve brackets using distributive property:

Applying the quadratic formula :

# = sqrt (691 )\times sqrt( -1) =

```
± sqrt (691) i #
```

We have two imaginary solutions :

or:

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