Posted by **April** on Saturday, July 14, 2007 at 7:40pm.

What is the quadratic equation?

In the standard form of the quadratic,

ax

^{2} + b x + c=0

a, b and c are constants. Then x is equal to

(-b +- sqrt (b

^{2} -4ac) )/2a

huh??

You asked what the quadratic equation was, I gave it to you. You need to read your text on this if you are lost. This is basic to understanding algebra, and millions before you have suffered through it before you. It is time to quit playing dumb, and get with it. You can be somebody, if you want.

gosh you sure are mean!!!

gosh you sure are mean!!!

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