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- 1.What's the solution of system?
- 2.What are the 3 solutions to systems of equations?
- 3.How many solutions does each equation have?
- 4.What are the 4 ways to solve a quadratic equation?
- 5.How do you solve a system of quadratic equations?
- 6.How do you find the solution to a quadratic equation?
- 7.What are the 5 ways to solve a quadratic equation?
- 8.How many solutions does a quadratic equation have?
- 9.What are the two solutions to use the quadratic equation?
- 10.What are the two solutions of the equation?
- 11.Why does a quadratic equation have 2 solutions?
- 12.What is a quadratic equation with 1 solution?

If you have a system of equations that contains two equations with the same two unknown variables, then the solution to that system is the ordered pair that makes both equations true at the same time.

There are three ways to solve systems of linear equations: substitution, elimination, and graphing.

If solving an equation yields a statement that is true for a single value for the variable, like x = 3, then the equation has one solution. If solving an equation yields a statement that is always true, like 3 = 3, then the equation has infinitely many solutions.

The four methods of solving a quadratic equation are factoring, using the square roots, completing the square and the quadratic formula.

To solve a linear and quadratic system:

- Isolate one of the two variables in one of the equations. ...
- Substitute the expression that is equal to the isolated variable from Step 1 into the other equation. ...
- Solve the resulting quadratic equation to find the x-value(s) of the solution(s).

The solutions of a quadratic equation ax + bx + c = 0 are given by the quadratic formula x = [-b ± √(b² - 4ac)] / (2a). So to solve a quadratic equation using quadratic formula, just get the equation into standard form ax + bx + c = 0, and apply the quadratic formula.

There are several methods you can use to solve a quadratic equation: Factoring Completing the Square Quadratic Formula Graphing

- Factoring.
- Completing the Square.
- Quadratic Formula.
- Graphing.

2 solutions

As we have seen, there can be 0, 1, or 2 solutions to a quadratic equation, depending on whether the expression inside the square root sign, (b - 4ac), is positive, negative, or zero. This expression has a special name: the discriminant.

A quadratic equation has two solutions. Either two distinct real solutions, one double real solution or two imaginary solutions. All methods start with setting the equation equal to zero.

In fact, 2 is the ONLY solution to 3x+5=11 . Some equations might have more than one solution, infinitely many solutions, or no solutions at all. 02=0 and 12=1 .

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Solving Equations in One Variable.

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Solving Equations in One Variable.

Equation | Solution Set |
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x2=x | {0,1} |

x+1=1+x | R (the set of all real numbers) |

x+1=x | ∅ (the empty set) |

A quadratic expression can be written as the product of two linear factors and each factor can be equated to zero, So there exist two solution.

A quadratic equation has one solution when the discriminant is zero. From an algebra standpoint, this means b = 4ac. Visually, this means the graph of the quadratic (a parabola) will have its vertex resting on the x-axis.