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2015-06-13T19:10:59+05:30
An equation where the highest exponent of variable is a square is called a quadratic equation. Its usual form is ax²+bx+c.
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2015-06-13T19:30:12+05:30
An equation where the highest exponent of the variable (usually "x") is a square (2). It is usually written ax2+bx+c = 0. Example: 2x2+5x-3 = 0. See: Exponent. Quadratic Equations.
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An equation where the highest exponent of the variable (usually x) is square (2) example :2x2 square+bs+c=0