This article is about quadratic equations and solutions. For more general information about quadratic functions, see Quadratic function. For more information about quadratic polynomials, see Quadratic polynomial. A quartic equation is a fourth-order polynomial equation of the form. A linear equation is an algebraic equation in which each term is either a constant or the product of a constant and (the first power of) a single variable. Monomial – is a polynomial with only one term.

Binomial – is polynomial with two terms.
Trinomial – is a polynomial with four or more terms.
Polynomial – is a polynomial with three terms.
Constant – a polynomial of degree zero.
Linear – a polynomial of degree one
Quadratic – a polynomial of degree two
Cubic – a polynomial of degree three
Quartic – a polynomial of degree four
Quintic – a polynomial of degree five
Degree – is the highest exponents or the highest sum of exponents of the variables in a term

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...Jaquavia Jacques
Ms. Cordell
1st period
December 9, 2014
Quadratics is used to help to determine what is on a graph. There are many formulas that are used to put points on a graph to create parabolas. Parabolas are “U” shaped figures on a graph. Parabolas are examples of quadratics on a graph. Parabolas can be positioned up or down, which means if the arrows are going up it has a minimum point, and if the arrows are going down that means it has a maximum point....

...Ascertaining Mathematics With Equations
Jesse J. Oliver Jr.
Mathematics 126: Survey of Mathematical Methods
Professor Matthew Fife
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Ascertaining Mathematics With Equations
The abstract science of a number, quantity and space that can be studied in its very own right or as it may be applied to other disciplines and subject matters in several aspects, one considers to be that of mathematics. The problem of testing a given number...

...Introduction
The aim of this investigation is to identify the nature of the roots of quadratics and cubic functions.
Part One
Case One
For Case One, the discriminant of the quadratic will always be equal to zero. This will result in the parabola cutting the axis once, or twice in the same place, creating a distinct root or two of the same root.
For PROOF 1, the equation y=a(x-b)2 is used.
PROOF 1
y = 3 (x – 2)2
= y = 3 (x2 – 4x + 4)
= y =...

...Colleen Cooper
Solving QuadraticEquations
MAT 126 Survey of Mathematical Methods
Instructor: Kussiy Alyass
October 1,, 2012
Solving QuadraticEquations
Using correct methods to solve quadraticequations can make math an interesting task. In the paper below I will square the coefficient of the x term, yield composite numbers, move a constant term and see if prime numbers occur. I will use the...

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Solve the equation
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...QuadraticEquationsEquationsQuadratic
MODULE - I
Algebra
2
Notes
QUADRATICEQUATIONS
Recall that an algebraic equation of the second degree is written in general form as
ax 2 + bx + c = 0, a ≠ 0
It is called a quadraticequation in x. The coefficient ‘a’ is the first or leading coefficient, ‘b’
is the second or middle coefficient and ‘c’ is the...

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If the length of the rectangle is x m, and the area is A m2, express A in terms of x only.
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What are the length and width of the rectangle if the area is to be a maximum?
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(Total 6 marks)
5.
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Solve the equation x2 – 5x + 6 = 0.
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Find the coordinates of the points where the graph of y = x2 – 5x + 6 intersects the x-axis.
Working:
Answers:
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...order to find the vertex of the quadraticequation, begin by using the proper formula - b / 2(a) to find it. In the equation there is an (a) (b) (c) which is needed for the vertex equation. First look at the equation and determine what are the values of the three variable. In this case (a)= 2, (b)= 8, (c)= 5. Now plug them in properly into the vertex equation. * Notice in the vertex equation...