Unformatted text preview: example of the graph crossing the x axis of (3,4) the solution would then be the quadratic equitation of x equals 3. A quadratic begins with x^(2) and there is not going to be no more than two real solutions to the equation. Imaginary ones might show up but only the quadratic solution will show it to be real....
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- Fall '10
- Quadratic equation, Complex number, real solutions, quadratic equitation