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A quadratic equation can have either two real solutions or no real solutions.

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How many real solutions does a quadratic equation have if its discriminant is negative?

The quadratic has no real solutions.


What is the quadratic formula for?

The quadratic formula is used to solve the quadratic equation. Many equations in which the variable is squared can be written as a quadratic equation, and then solved with the quadratic formula.


How many solutions to a quadratic equation?

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If the discriminant of a quadratic equation is -4 how many solutions does the equation have?

If the discriminant of a quadratic equation is less then 0 then it will have no real solutions.


Most quadratic equations have how many solutions?

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In general how many distinct solutions are there to a quadratic equation?

the maximum number of solutions to a quadratic equation is 2. However, usually there is only 1.


What is the difference between quadratic function and quadratic formula?

A quadratic function is a function where a variable is raised to the second degree (2). Examples would be x2, or for more complexity, 2x2+4x+16. The quadratic formula is a way of finding the roots of a quadratic function, or where the parabola crosses the x-axis. There are many ways of finding roots, but the quadratic formula will always work for any quadratic function. In the form ax2+bx+c, the Quadratic Formula looks like this: x=-b±√b2-4ac _________ 2a The plus-minus means that there can 2 solutions.


How many total solutions are there to any quadratic equation?

2


A positive discriminant means the quadratic equation will have how many solutions?

Two distinct real solutions.


How many real solutions does a quadratic equation have if its discriminant is zero?

It will then have two equal real solutions


How many solutions will the equation 25 equals 2x squared 6x have?

The quadratic equation will have two solutions.


What does formula mean in mathematical terms?

A mathematical formula is a statement which, given all but one of a set of variables, allows you to calculate the possible value(s) of the missing variable. Many formulae will give single solutions but the quadratic formula, for example, usually has two solutions.


The determines how many solutions a quadratic equation will have and whether they are real or imaginary?

discriminant


The discriminant determines how many solutions a quadratic equation will have and whether they are real or?

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The discriminant determines how many a quadratic equation will have and whether they are real or imaginary?

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How many solutions does a quadratic equation have when it is expressed in the form of ax2 plus bx plus c0 where a does not 0?

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How many real solution exist for the equation 1.1x2 plus 3.3x plus 4 equals 6?

1.1x2 + 3.3x + 4 = 6 First rearrange the equation to equal zero so that we can use the quadratic formula. 1.1x2 + 3.3x - 2 = 0 Using the quadratic formula, the solutions are x = -3.52 and x = 0.52 Both of these solutions are real, so the original equation has two real solutions.


How many solutions does a quadratic equation and an absolute value equation have?

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How many solution will there be if the quadratic equation does not touch or cross the x-axis?

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How many solutions are there in the quadratic equation x2 - 4x - 77 equals 0?

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What is the expression b2-4ac under the radical sign in the quadratic formula?

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Who found the quadratic formula?

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What is the discriminant to determine how many real number solutions the quadratic equation -4j2 plus 3j-28 equals 0 has?

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How many real solutions are there for the equation x2 plus 3x plus 5 equals 0?

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How many solutions to a quardratic equation?

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