May 13th, 2015
Anonymous
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Engineering
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Question description

Follow the directions for each problem to write a quadratic equation that has the given number of

8. Think of another quadratic equation that has two (2) real number solutions. Write the

equation in ax^2+ bx +c =0 form. Then find the value of the discriminant to support your

9. Think of another quadratic equation that has one (1) real number solution. Write the

equation in ax^2 +bx +c =0 form. Then find the value of the discriminant to support your

10. Think of another quadratic equation that has no (0) real number solutions. Write the

equation in ax^2+ bx +c =0 form. Then find the value of the discriminant to support your

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