[This report does not cover beyond the scope of Algebra 1 or Algebra 2]

Quadratic equation: Any equation involving (at most) the second power is a quadratic equation. In general, the quadratic equation is written in the form of  f(x) = ax²+ bx + c = 0.

There are three methods to solving quadratic equation: 1) Graphing 2) Factoring 3) And the Quadratic Formula. The simplest way to find the Zeros, Solutions, or X-intercepts of a quadratic equation is the “Quadratic Formula.” *

In this lesson, we are going to find the quadratic formula out of the quadratic equation, and here is how:

Here we got the quadratic formula, so there shouldn’t be any difficulties with problems involving quadratic equation as long as we are given the values of “a,” “b,” and “c.”

* Dictionary of Mathematics Terms: Douglas Downing

Any errors in the language of Mathematics should be blamed on me.

## 3 thoughts on “Quadratic Formula”

1. Cristina says:

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2. sccsdcdcdfd says:

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