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y=b+x+x^2 This is a quadratic equation. The graph is a parabola. The quadratic equation formula or factoring can be used to solve this.

When factoring it is fairly easy to check your answer. Say we want to factor x2+9x+14=0 (x+7)(x+2)=0 now if we want to check then we can just multiply these together and we should get the original polynomial... x2+2x+7x+14=0 x2+9x+14=0

There is no expansion for x2 + y2

X2 + 4xx(x + 4)=======

x2(x3 + 1) is the best you can do there.

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This can be factored as (x+3)(x+2). (To do this factoring, in this case you look for two numbers that, when multiplied, give 6, and when added, give 5.)

y=b+x+x^2 This is a quadratic equation. The graph is a parabola. The quadratic equation formula or factoring can be used to solve this.

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