Quadratic Formula Solver

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How to Solve using the Quadratic Formula has the 2 solutions: Sample Problem: Solve the Quadratic Formula via Factoring What are the zeros of \( 2x^2+5x-3 \) ?It means solving the quadratic form equation \(2x^2+5x-3=0 \) .The fast way to solve the quadratic equation is by factoring which means to rewrite\( 2x^2+5x-3\) as \(2(x+p)*(x+q)\)Testing \(p=-3 … Read more

VERTEX TO STANDARD FORM CALCULATOR

y=*(x-)2+ Convert: Vertex to StandardForm [quads id=1] How do you convert from Vertex to Standard Form? The Vertex Form of a Parabola is where are the Vertex Coordinates. The Standard form of a Parabola is To obtain the Standard Form from the Vertex Form we use these steps: Example: To convert we first apply the … Read more

Quadratic Form Calculator

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How to Solve using the Quadratic Formula has the 2 solutions: Sample Problem: Solve Quadratic Forms via Factoring To solve a quadratic form equation like \(2x^2+5x-3=0 \) we can either factor it or use the quadratic formula.Let’s try factoring first: we write \( 2x^2+5x-3\) as \(2(x+p)*(x+q)\)Testing \(p=-3 \) and \(q=.5 \) yields indeed \( 2x^2+5x-3 … Read more

Compute Discriminant to discriminate between Real and Complex Solutions

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x2+x+=0 Compute Discriminant with Steps [quads id=1] What you need to know about the Discriminant of a Quadratic Equation The Discriminant is the red part of the Quadratic Equation Solution Formula below: [quads id=2] Find the Discriminant of a Quadratic Equation What is the Discriminant of ?The coefficients are and . We plug those into … Read more

Domain and Range Calculator

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[quads id=RndAds] Free Domain and Range Calculator Find the Domain and Range for any Function in a matter of seconds. How do I use the Domain and Range Calculator? Just enter your Function and press the “Calculate Domain and Range” button. The Domain and Range will be displayed in a new window. What is the … Read more

Complete the Square – Formula

Complete the Square

Complete the Square Formula Let’s derive the Complete the Square Formula below. The Quadratic Equation in Standard Form is \(\boxed{ y=x^2+bx+c }\) To Complete the Square we add and subtract \( \textcolor{blue}{({b \over 2})^2} \) which yields: \(\boxed{ y=x^2+bx+ \textcolor{blue}{({b \over 2})^2} + c – \textcolor{blue}{({b \over 2})^2} }\) Completing the Square yields: \(\boxed{ y=(x+b/2)^2 … Read more