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There are linear functions and there are quadratic functions but I am not aware of a linear quadratic function. It probably comes from the people who worked on the circular square.

It is a quadratic equation that normally has two solutions

No it is a linear one. X^2 = quadratic, x = linear. So if the equation doesn't have an x squared, then it is not quadratic.

A function is not a function if it passes through the vertical line test more than once, and it is not linear or a quadratic.

A function is not a function if it passes through the vertical line test more than once, and it is not linear or a quadratic.

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it is impossible for a linear function to not have a y-intercept

A linear function is a line where a quadratic function is a curve. In general, y=mx+b is linear and y=ax^2+bx+c is quadratic.

They intercept at:no pointsone point onlytwo points.

There are linear functions and there are quadratic functions but I am not aware of a linear quadratic function. It probably comes from the people who worked on the circular square.

It is a quadratic equation that normally has two solutions

The derivative of a quadratic function is always linear (e.g. the rate of change of a quadratic increases or decreases linearly).

No. Throwing a ball is a quadratic function.

Yes

No it is a linear one. X^2 = quadratic, x = linear. So if the equation doesn't have an x squared, then it is not quadratic.

X = 3 A vertical line not having a Y intercept.

Both are polynomials. They are continuous and are differentiable.

A function is not a function if it passes through the vertical line test more than once, and it is not linear or a quadratic.