How to Find an Equation Given a Table of Numbers?

Sets of points on a line are sometimes expressed in tables of x- and y-values. If you have a table of values for a linear equation, you can plot these ordered pairs to get an approximate sense of t... Read More »
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How to Find the Number of Points of Intersection Given in an Algebraic Equation?

If algebraic equations are not parallel to each other, they will intersect once. If an algebraic equation is intersecting with another kind of equation, such as a parabola, it can intersect with th... Read More »
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How to Find a Quadratic Equation Given the Roots & Leading Coefficient?

In Algebra II class, you will frequently have to find quadratic equations, of the form Ax^2+Bx+C=y. Based on the roots, you can easily come up with a quadratic equation, and if you need the quadrat... Read More »

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How to Write an Equation for a Parabola of a Given Point?

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