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Create a quadratic equation with the solutions x=2 and x=6
would x=2 = x=0
would x=6 = x = 0?

A quadratic equation with given solutions x1 and x2 has the form:
(xx1)(xx2)=0
Here x1=2, and x2=6.
Can you take it from here?
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