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Homework Help: Math ; please please help.

Posted by Amanda on Wednesday, April 9, 2008 at 11:18pm.

1. Explain in detail how to determine the value of the independent variable in a quadratic relation if the value of the dependent variable is known.

Please check my answer -
You would substitute the value for the dependent variable, then you would solve for the independent variable.
(is it right?)

2. What is the greatest number of solutions a quandratic equation can have? Explain, with an example, why all of the solutions to the equations may not be reasonable answers to the original problem.

My answer-
A quandratic equations can have either no solution, one solution or two solutions.

Can someone please help me with the answer to this question too? Please explain it also.. i find it so hard. >.<

Thanks!

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