# ALGEBRA

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I have a question. I am so lost in algebra and I need to know if 3x^2=5 is quadratic? (That's 3x squared equals 5)

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When your highest power is of degree 2, such as ?x^2, you have a quadratic.

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thanks, I wanted to make sure that i had it right.

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