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Q: What can you tell about a quadratic function in standard form before you even graph it or even find the the axis of symmetry?

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That depends how you plan to solve it - there are several methods. But usually you would start by arranging the equation in "standard form", meaning that on the right of the equal sign, you only have zero.

Vertices in quadratic equations can be used to determine the highest price to sell a product before losing money again.

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Only that the equation that you are trying to solve is a quadratic, that is to say, the powers of the variable are 2,1 and 0 (or any constant increment of these three numbers). Non-negativity of the discriminant is NOT a condition because you can still use the quadratic formula and get roots that are in the complex domain.

It is the axis of symmetry which is a line such that a object that is rotated at right angles to it becomes congruent to its original state before the angle of rotation reaches 360 degrees.

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The equation must be written in the form ( ax^2 + bx + c = 0 ), where ( a \neq 0 ). This is the standard form of a quadratic equation. If the equation is not in this form, you may need to rearrange it before applying the quadratic formula.

That depends how you plan to solve it - there are several methods. But usually you would start by arranging the equation in "standard form", meaning that on the right of the equal sign, you only have zero.

Vertices in quadratic equations can be used to determine the highest price to sell a product before losing money again.

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The expression is faulty because we don't have + or - before 10a. Also have to assume a2 is a2 . Use the standard formula for solving a quadratic = 0, to get two answers p and q. Then the factorization is (a-p)(a-q).

That's not enough information to draw the graph. All you know is that it crosses the x-axis at those 2 points. You don't know whether it opens upward or downward, or how far the nose is above or below the x-axis. You need more information about the function before you can graph it. This is just another way of saying that there are an infinite number of different quadratic functions that all have those same x-intercepts.

The quadratic formula can be used to find the solutions of a quadratic equation - not a linear or cubic, or non-polynomial equation. The quadratic formula will always provide the solutions to a quadratic equation - whether the solutions are rational, real or complex numbers.

Only that the equation that you are trying to solve is a quadratic, that is to say, the powers of the variable are 2,1 and 0 (or any constant increment of these three numbers). Non-negativity of the discriminant is NOT a condition because you can still use the quadratic formula and get roots that are in the complex domain.

You must understand rudimentary math before you tackle quadratic equations. (rudimentary = basic)

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It is the axis of symmetry which is a line such that a object that is rotated at right angles to it becomes congruent to its original state before the angle of rotation reaches 360 degrees.