College Algebra
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Write a quadratic equation having the given solutions 14 and 9

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By factoring, a quadratic equation with known zeroes can be expressed as:
(xx1)(xx2)=0
where x1 and x2 are the solutions to the quadratic equation.
Substitute the zeroes in the above equation and expand to give the quadratic equation.
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