1.Felix exclaims that his quadratic with a discriminant of −1 has no real solutions. Felix then puts down his pencil and refuses to do any more work. Create an equation with a negative discriminant. Then explain to Felix, in calm and complete sentences, how to find the solutions, even though they are not real.
2.Chelsea is trying to find the equation of a quadratic that has a focus of (1, 3) and a directrix of y = −3. Describe to Chelsea your preferred method for deriving the equation. Make sure you use Chelsea's situation as a model to help her understand.