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First bring all the terms to one side of the equation and simplify the given equation. Then apply the quadratic equation.Yes I would like to calculate the value of Q

What does your textbook/notes say about solution to quadratic equation?

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AQ^2 + BQ + CQ = 0

Now see if it can be factored easily? Probably not worth a lot of effort on that so go straight to quadric solving equation.

This will give youTWO possible solutions of Q in terms of A,B,C

hint: multiplying everything by the same number does not change the solution for example 0.000006 * 1000000 = 6