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MTH 095 Intermediate Algebra Chapter 10 Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations Section 10.4 Equations Quadratic in Form and Applications Copyright © 2011 by Ron Wallace, all rights reserved.
Equations in Quadratic Form Whatever is here.Is squared over here. … and a, b, & c are numbers. So to solve … use the quadratic formula … This will then require solving two other equations because ??? is not just x.
Equations in Quadratic Form Example 1 of 5
Equations in Quadratic Form Example 2 of 5
Equations in Quadratic Form Example 3 of 5 Note: You could simplify left side first … try it!
Equations in Quadratic Form Example 4 of 5
Equations in Quadratic Form Example 5 of 5 Hint: A square root cannot be negative.
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MTH 095 Intermediate Algebra Chapter 10 Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations Section 10.1 Complex Numbers Copyright © 2011 by Ron Wallace, all rights.
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If b2 = a, then b is a square root of a.
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DO NOW: FACTOR EACH EXPRESSION COMPLETELY 1) 1) 2) 3)
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