rules when solving quadratics.

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Tahirintsoa Naharivelo
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Quadratic rules. Quadratic rules.
A quadratic. A polynomial with a degree of two that always equals 0.
equation type: (x - 2)^2 - 25 = 0 the term squared are in parenthesis. 1. isolate x by reversing operations. 2. don't forget ∓, separate into 2.
question type: factor the quadratics. involves having (x + )(x + ). finding two numbers that add to a and are factors of c.
system of equations. seek to solve for one of the variables and isolate it on one side.
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