# Need algebra help with The given quadratic equation: y=x^2 + 2x-3

Dec 29th, 2015
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Question description

For this part, we will explore the various methods used to solve a quadratic equation.

The given quadratic equation: y=x^2 + 2x-3

a. Graph the quadratic equation y=x^2 + 2x-3

b. label and include the ordered pair(s) for the x-intercepts and the vertex on the graph. You should also label the x- and y- axes and title your graph. be sure to show your work for how the x-intercepts and vertex were found.

c. Provide the solutions to the quadratic equation y=x^2 + 2x-3=0 and show your work. As you work, think about the relationship between the answer you found here an where the x-intercepts of the graph are.

9. Solve the quadratic equation y=x^2 + 2x-3=0 by completing the square. Show all the necessary work.

10. solve the quadratic equation y=x^2 + 2x-3=0 by utilizing the quadratic formula. Ahow all necessary work.

11. can the square root method be used to solve the quadratic equation y=x^2 + 2x-3=0? whhy or why not?

12. provide one example of how quadratic equations are used in the real world. include an example problem and show how it should be solved.

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