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algebra, write a quadratic equation in the variable x having the given numbers as solutions -ã10, 6ã10

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    If -ã10, 6ã10 mean x1=-10 and x2=10 in this case you equatin is:

    y=(x-x1)*(x-x2)

    y=[x-(-10)]*(x-10)

    y=a*(x+10)*(x-10)

    y=(x^2+10x-10x-100)

    y=x^2-100

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