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All the forms of quadratics

May 11, 2019

Some quadratics work nicely in all forms. Here’s an example of one that can be factored, and also one that we can complete the square of, with no decimals. This is not always the case. Some cannot be factored, some have no roots. Some have a vertex (sommet) that has decimals. We can always complete the square, but it can be a lot messier than in this case.

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