College Intermediate Algebra

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Explain the reason to use tradional solving with a quadratic equation with one variable.

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    What is traditional? THe methods before 1850?


    It is handy to have a calculator, after all sqrt(b^2-4ac) is onerous doing it on paper with pencil.

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