# solution If a quadratic equation is in the form ax 2 + c = 0, no bx term, then it is easier to solve the equation by finding the square roots. Solve.

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If a quadratic equation is in the form ax 2 + c = 0, no bx term, then it is easier to solve the equation by finding the square roots. Solve By Square Roots

If, then and or Example If x 2 = 25, then x = ±5.

Solving Quadratics Square Root Method: No bx term or

Solving Quadratics Square Root Method: No bx term or

Solving Quadratics Square Root Method: No bx term

Solve by taking square roots. 3x 2 - 24 = 0 Isolate x 2 1.Add 24 to both sides. 3x 2 = 24 2.Divide both sides by 3. x 2 = 8

3.Take the square root of both sides.

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