Intermediate Algebra (6th Edition)

y=$\frac{-2±5i}{4}$
Original Equation (4y+2)²=-25 Take the square root of both sides 4y+2=±$\sqrt -25$ Simplify the radical 4y+2=±5i Subtract 2 from both sides 4y=-2±5i Divide both sides by 4 y=$\frac{-2±5i}{4}$