Solve $\color{blue}{-16x^2+48x+28 = 0}$ using the **Quadratic Formula**.

$$ \color{blue}{ x_1 = -\frac{ 1 }{ 2 } }~~ \text{and}~~ \color{blue}{ x_2 = \frac{ 7 }{ 2 } } $$

**Step 1:** We can simplify equation by multiplying both sides by **-1**.
After multiplying we have the following equation:

**Step 2:** Read the values of $ a $, $ b $, and $ c $ from the quadratic equation:
$ a $ is the number in front of $ x^2 $, $ b $ is the number in front of $ x $, $ c $ is the number at the end. In our case:

**Step 3:** Plug in the values for $ a $, $ b $, and $ c $ into the quadratic formula.

**Step 4:** Simplify expression under the square root.

**Step 5:** Solve for $ x $

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