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Swageraid32

Need HELP PLEASE!! Create quadratic equation and demonstrate how it would be solved by graphing, factoring, the quadratic formula, and by completing the square. (5 points)

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  1. shyLove98
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    I have no idea....Math is one of weaknesses. I'm sooo sorry

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  2. evergirl
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    ^

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  3. Swageraid32
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    ;(

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  4. shyLove98
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    im sorry....google it???

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  5. Swageraid32
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    ok i found something :D

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  6. shyLove98
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    ok :)

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    hmm create a quadratic equation? lol means can take any?

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    what shy said ;D

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    x^2-6x=0

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    by factoring:x(x-6)=0 x=0 or x-6=0,x=6 by completing the square: x^2-6x+(-6/2)^2=(-6/2)^2 x^2-6x+(-6/2)^2=9 (x-3)^2=9 x-3=3 ,x=6 or x-3=-3,x=0

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    by the quadratic formula:

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    \[x=\frac{ -6\pm \sqrt{36} }{ 2}=0 or 6\]

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