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Unformatted text preview: More generally, if the roots are: a and b (x-a)*(x-b) = 0 then just multiply it out 3. Is it possible to have different quadratic equations with the same solution? Yes because the "d" in answer #2 can have different values. One quick way to see that, is to just multiply by a constant CC(x-a)*(x-b) = 0 same root, different equation. Solutions for the class to create equations from: 1. The solution is 20 2. The solutions are x=1 x=6 3. The solutions are x=10 x=0...
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