The quadratic formula is the preferred general method and I believe the best one. If you know the
formula is will always work along with your application in applying. I prefer using this method,
it allows the finding of complex and real solutions.
How do you know if a quadratic equation will have one, two, or no solutions?
A2 4bc = the discriminate:
You have two complex number solutions if it is negative. You take the square root of a neg.
number if zero, there will be complex conjugates since
Two laws of exponents are:
1. In multiplying we are able to add numbers if bases are the same: a2 x a3 = a5.
2. To raise a power to a power multiply the exponents: (a3)2 = a2 x 3 = a6.
How to simply expression:
First convert the radical expressions to exp
Before adding or subtracting radical expressions it is important to simplify since we are able to
come to like terms. In the end this makes it a lot easier to add and subtract. We need to add terms
with same exponents and variables which makes it sim
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