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Algebra II
Quadratic Formula and Functions
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Getting to the Root of the Formula Quiz
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Getting to the Root of the Formula
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Quadratic Formula and Functions: Getting to the Root of the Formula True or False
1.
Simplify the expression (1 + 6
i
)(2
i
^{3}
– 4).>16 – 22
i
True
False
2.
What are the roots of
y
= 2
x
^{2}
+ 5
x
– 2?>
and
True
False
3.
What are the roots of
y
=
x
^{2}
+ 7
x
+ 17?>
True
False
4.
What are the roots of
y
= 5
x
^{2}
– 10
x
+ 5?>
x
= 1 + 2
i
and
x
= 1 – 2
i
True
False
5.
How many real roots does
y
=
x
^{2}
+ ½
x
+ 3 have?>1 real root
True
False
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