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it originates from completing the square method

What type of expressions would I need to use this one, is it limited to binomials?

all equations of the form ax^2+bx+ c= 0
a,b,c can be any real number including 0

a=/= 0

This is he proof for the quadratic formula. YOU don't need to do it but you can always memorize it!

Sorry for keeping you waiting...

It's okay. So what is all this talk I hear about binomials in quadratic formulas? What's the point?

Why is it if I have (x-2)(x+1) the solutions really become x = 2, x = -1

\[s(t) = â€“g \times t^2 + vt + h\] i think this would be easier to remember.

yes

|dw:1444025523865:dw|I start with a square.

|dw:1444025568081:dw|I'm going to let this length across be x and the other part be 4.

Since it's a square, it has equal dimension on the other side,|dw:1444025623649:dw|

|dw:1444025674721:dw|And the other rectangular shapes have side lengths 4 and x.

Maybe I'm going into too much weird detail here :) lol

So umm

\[\large\rm f(x)=\color{orangered}{\left(x+4\right)^2}-16+5\]

So that would give you your base point.|dw:1444026482133:dw|

quadratic formula* not function.. sorry typo :(

I apprecaite your help, but it's 1:30am. Maybe we can pickup tomorrow.

Haha I was thinking the same thing XD
Sorry for rambling on so long!

I get carried away sometimes hehe

It's great, actually, you're enthusiastic. Never be ashamed of it. TTYL

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