"); } question = 'A quadratic equation has a highest power of what?'; question = 'How many terms are in the standard form of a quadratic equation?'; question = 'A quadratic formula is given for solving quadratic equations that do not FOIL easily. What are the three variable in this equation (seperate by commas)'; question = 'Can you solve equations with a power of 4 using quadratic methods?'; question = 'How many answers are usually given to a quadratic equation?'; answer = '2'; answer = '3'; answer = 'a,b,c'; answer = 'yes'; answer = '2'; explain = '#1
A quadratic equation is an equation that has x^2 power in it. So the highest power of a quadratic equation is 2
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The standard form of a quadratic equation is ax^2 + bx +c. Which gives us 3 terms to work with.
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The quadratic formula uses the standard form of quadratic equations, defined as ax^2 + bx +c. The values of a, b and c are used to solve the equation.
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An equation with a power of 4 can often be FOILed and you can then solve each binomial and get your answers for the equation. So it is possible to use quadratic methods on an equation with a power of 4.
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After solving a quadratic equation, you almost always have 2 answers.
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