A quadratic equation can have one, two or no real solutions. The solutions, or answers, are actually the roots of the equation, which are the points where the parabola that the equation represents ... Read More »

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A quadratic equation is a second degree equation with one variable. The standard form for a quadratic equation is, "ax^2 +bx + c=0." You're most likely to first encounter quadratic equations in alg... Read More »

When solving rational equations, you will often find yourself in the position of having to divide one quadratic expression, in the form ax^2+bx+c, by another. In these cases, it is most helpful to ... Read More »

The standard form for quadratic equationsA quadratic equation is a type of mathematical equation where the highest power of x (degree of the equation) is two. One example of such an equation is: 4x... Read More »

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