Q: Can you give me an example of a real life situation involving quadratic functions?

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You just have to follow the rule of quadratic functions. Example y = mx+b is the rule for linear functions. ax^2+bx+c is the rule of quadratic equation.

Many situation can be described by quadratic equations. For example, the height of an object when dropped or shot up in the air.

In problems of motion, especially involving constant acceleration, a quadratic equation will from the formulas of motion to solve for time, usually. This is just one example.

Functions are an integral part of mathematics, and most students learn them from Algebra II and up. A real life example of a function would be the relation between the height of a ball and how long it has been in the air.

Quadratic is an adjective that is used to describe something that is related to squares. For example, the quadratic equation uses squares, or the second power, and is thus quadratic.

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[ Ax2 + Bx + C ] is one example.

Whenever you are describing an object in motion that is accelerating or decelerating (due to gravity for example), the resulting equation will be quadratic. This is just one example.

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A quadratic of the form ax2 + bx + c has no maximum if a > 0: it gets infinitely large. If a = 0 then it is not a quadratic. If a < 0 then the quadratic does have a maximum, and it is -D/4a where D is the discriminant = b2 - 4ac

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What is an example of a dangerous passing situation?

x2 + 3x + 4 This is quadratic because the highest exponent of x is 2, and it is an expression because there is no equals sign.

quadratic formula is used often

y = ax2 + bx + c

x^2 + 7x + 10

A quadratic equation is an equation where the highest exponent on the variable is 2. For example, the equation, y=2x2+3x-2 is a quadratic equation. The equation y=2x is not quadratic because the highest exponent on x is 1. (If there is no exponent on an x, then the exponent is 1.) The equation, y=x3+3x2-2 is not quadratic because the highest exponent is three. On a graph, a quadratic equation looks like a U or and upside down U. Here are some more example of quadratic equations: y=x2 y=3x2+2x-3 y=x2+5

St. Louis Arch is an example of a quadratic graph. Umm... many arches are actually *catenaries*, visually indistinguishable from a parabola - this answer should be checked for accuracy.

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It can't be expressed in quadratic terms because its discriminant is less than zero.

No. Well, it depends what you mean with "any quadratic equation". The quadratic formula can solve any equation that can be converted to the form: ax2 + bx + c = 0 Note that it involves only a single variable. There are other limitations as well; for example, no additional operations. If a variable, or the square of a variable, appears in the denominator (1/x, or 1/x2), then some might say that it is "quadratic", but it might no longer be possible to convert the equation into the standard form named above. Similarly, if you have additional operations such as square roots or higher roots, trigonometric functions, etc., it might not be possible to convert the equation into a form that can be solved by the quadratic formula.

Is it possible for a quadratic equation to have no real solution? please give an example and explain. Thank you

Quadratic equations appear in many situations in science; one example in astronomy is the force of gravitation, which is inversely proportional to the square of the distance.

The first step is to show an example of the quadratic equation in question because the formula given is only the general form of a quadratic equation.

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