Q: A equation which contains a squared variable?

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No, if there is a sqaured variable, the equation is not linear.

An algebraic equation.

An equation for a parabola always has some type of irregular variable, usually a squared variable or higher.

An equation of the second degree, meaning it contains at least one term that is squared.

An open sentence.

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A quadratic equation.

They are something like 4 to the power of 2. It has to be 2. The answer would be 4X4=16.

No, if there is a sqaured variable, the equation is not linear.

An equation for a parabola always has some type of irregular variable, usually a squared variable or higher.

An algebraic equation.

It is a quadratic equation in the one variable.

Basically the fact that some variable is squared - or that one variable is multiplied with another variable.

An equation of the second degree, meaning it contains at least one term that is squared.

A bivariate equation.

Multivariable equation

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Multivariable equation