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how do you find the quadratic equation if you are only given one solution, not two

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    quadratic equation gives you the solutions. There are times when you only have one solution when using the quadratic formula. Not sure what you mean.

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    One case in which that would be true is if both solutions are the same. So if your one solution is y then that means the quadratic is (x-y)(x-y) multiplied out.

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    thank yu

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