Q: When graphing quadratic equations do exponents come first?

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On all of the graphing calculators, they have the graphing things on it. First to make a graph, you need an equation. when you have the equation ready, you just press the button on the top left (for the most calculaters), the "y=" button. Then you will get a lot of empty lines for you to put the equations on. After you type all the equations, you will have to press the "graph button on the top right. then you will get a graph.

Follow PEMDAS (Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction), but do what is in the brackets first.

Algebra was first used in 1800 BC. There is evidence of the solution for quadratic elliptic equations in the Strasburg Tablet from Old Babylon.

There are 5 existing methods in solving quadratic equations. For the first 4 methods (quadratic formula, factoring, graphing, completing the square) you can easily find them in algebra books. I would like to explain here the new one, the Diagonal Sum Method, recently presented in book titled:"New methods for solving quadratic equations and inequalities" (Trafford 2009). It directly gives the 2 roots in the form of 2 fractions, without having to factor the equation. The innovative concept of the method is finding 2 fractions knowing their Sum (-b/a) and their Product (c/a). It is very fast, convenient and is applicable whenever the given quadratic equation is factorable. In general, it is hard to tell in advance if a given quadratic equation can be factored. However, if this new method fails to find the answer, then we can conclude that the equation can not be factored, and consequently, the quadratic formula must be used. This new method can replace the trial-and-error factoring method since it is faster, more convenient, with fewer permutations and fewer trials.

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On all of the graphing calculators, they have the graphing things on it. First to make a graph, you need an equation. when you have the equation ready, you just press the button on the top left (for the most calculaters), the "y=" button. Then you will get a lot of empty lines for you to put the equations on. After you type all the equations, you will have to press the "graph button on the top right. then you will get a graph.

Follow PEMDAS (Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction), but do what is in the brackets first.

Algebra was first used in 1800 BC. There is evidence of the solution for quadratic elliptic equations in the Strasburg Tablet from Old Babylon.

There are 5 existing methods in solving quadratic equations. For the first 4 methods (quadratic formula, factoring, graphing, completing the square) you can easily find them in algebra books. I would like to explain here the new one, the Diagonal Sum Method, recently presented in book titled:"New methods for solving quadratic equations and inequalities" (Trafford 2009). It directly gives the 2 roots in the form of 2 fractions, without having to factor the equation. The innovative concept of the method is finding 2 fractions knowing their Sum (-b/a) and their Product (c/a). It is very fast, convenient and is applicable whenever the given quadratic equation is factorable. In general, it is hard to tell in advance if a given quadratic equation can be factored. However, if this new method fails to find the answer, then we can conclude that the equation can not be factored, and consequently, the quadratic formula must be used. This new method can replace the trial-and-error factoring method since it is faster, more convenient, with fewer permutations and fewer trials.

Well, that depends on what you mean "solve by factoring." For any quadratic equation, it is possible to factor the quadratic, and then the roots can be recovered from the factors. So in the very weak sense that every quadratic can be solved by a method that involves getting the factors and recovering the roots from them, all quadratic equations can be solved by factoring. However, in most cases, the only way of factoring the quadratic in the first place is to first find out what its roots are, and then use the roots to factor the quadratic (any quadratic polynomial can be factored as k(x - r)(x - s), where k is the leading coefficient of the polynomial and r and s are its two roots), in which case trying to recover the roots from the factors is redundant (since you had to know what the roots were to get the factors in the first place). So to really count as solving by factoring, it makes sense to require that the solution method obtains the factors by means that _don't_ require already knowing the roots of the polynomial. And in this sense, most quadratic equations are not solvable through factoring.

at first the first person to solve the quadratic equation is from the middle kingdom of Egypt. Greeks were also able to solve the quadratic equation but that was on the unproper way. Greeks were able to solve the quadratic equation by geometric method or equlid's method. equlid's method contains only three quadratic equation. dipohantus have also solved the quadratic equations but he have solved by giving only two roots any they both were only of positive signs.After that arbhatya also gave the two formulas for quadratic equation but the bentaguptahave only accepted only one of them after theat some of the Indian mathematican have also solved the quadratic equation who gave the proper definations and formula and in this way quadratic equation have been formed. Prabesh Regmi Kanjirowa National School

The quadratic formula is used all the time to solve quadratic equations, often when the factors are fractions or decimals but sometimes as the first choice of solving method. The quadratic formula is sometimes faster than completing the square or any other factoring methods. Quadratic formula find: -x-intercept -where the parabola cross the x-axis -roots -solutions

Equations using multiple variables, or powers of variables, may not provide a simple numerical value for a given variable. Equations that are solvable using the quadratic formula may result in two values.

You have to follow the order of operations which goes as follows, parentheses, then exponents, then multiplication, then division, then addition, and finally subtraction

exponents are a shorter way of expressing a number multiplied by itself repeatedly. For instance 2*2*2*2*2*2*2 could be expressed as 27 instead. Also as you go on later in math exponents in equations can serve to help with derivatives and quadratics but guessing by the nature of your question you only needed the first part.