It has no real roots.
No. It is a quartic equation. The largest power of x in a quadratic equation must be 2.
NO,because in quadratic equation highest power of a variable is 2. e.x. 4x2-20x+10=0.
You know an equation is quadratic by looking at the degree of the highest power in the equation. If it is 2, then it is quadratic. so any equation or polynomial of the form: ax2 +bx+c=0 where a is NOT 0 and a, b and c are known as the quadratic coefficients is a quadratic equation.
The discriminant is 900.
No, it's a cubic equation. A quadratic equation contains, as its term raised to the highest power, a square. Example: x2. A cubic equation contains, as its term raised to the highest power, a cube. Example: x3. A quartic equation contains, as its term raised to the highest power, a term raised to the fourth power. Example: x4. Quintic, x5. And so, on.
Interpreting this equation as y=4x3+4x2 This is not a quadratic equation. By definition, a quadratic equation is a polynomial equation of order two, meaning it is composed only of coefficients multiplied by x's raised to any exponential power of maximum 2. The most that any of the exponents in the equation can be is 2. Since this equation has a term of 4x3, it is not quadratic since this term has an exponent of 3. This means that the equation is of degree three. This equation is a cubic equation.
A quadratic equation.
A quadratic equation has two roots. They may be similar or dissimilar. As the highest power of a quadratic equation is 2 , there are 2 roots. Similarly, in the cubic equation, the highest power is 3, so it has three equal or unequal roots. So the highest power of an equation is the answer to the no of roots of that particular equation.
The discriminant in the quadratic equation is the term B2-4AC. This is the part under the square root sign, with the full form being (-B +/- SquareRoot (B2-4AC)) / 2A. If the original poloynomial is 7x2 - x + 1 = 0, then A=7, B=-1, and C=1, so the discriminant is -27. Since this is negative, there are two complex conjugate roots.
Yes. Since 'x' appears to the 2nd power, the equation is "second degree", or 'quadratic'.Also, since 'x' appears to the 2nd power, there are two solutions.x = +3 sqrt(3)x = -3 sqrt(3)
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.
A quadratic equation, if there's an equals stil to come... Otherwise it's just an expression.
It is a quadratic equation and its solutions are: x = 3 and x = 5
Yes. A quadratic is a second degree equation, one in which the highest power is 2 (i.e. squared).
An equation where some variable is raised to the second power.
When the equation is a polynomial whose highest order (power) is 2. Eg. y= x2 + 2x + 10. Then you can use quadratic formula to solve if factoring is not possible.
A quadratic equation is of degree 2, that is, the highest power is 2. A polynomial is not an equation, however, you can convert it into an equation by setting the polynomial equal to zero for example. A polynomial EQUATION can be of any degree: 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.
to solve ax2 + bx + c use the quadratic formula: (-b +/-(b2 - 4ac))/2a. Programming this should be a doddle.
It is an equation ... Anything with an equals is an equation 2+b=6 Anything without an equals is an expression 2+a
This is a quadratic equation in the form of: 52 - 25x + 30 = 0 Solve by using the quadratic equation formula: x = 2 or x = 3 Or by factorising: (5x-10)(x-3) = 0, which means that x = 10/5 or x = 3
A quadratic expression in the variable x.
An equation with a degree of 2 is called a quadratic equation. At least one term in the equation will have a variable raised to the second power, e.g. x²