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    Multiples of Quadratic Equations

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    Two quadratic equations that are multiples of each other are actually the same equation, and that they don't count as being "more than one QE that have the same solution set". However, if you plot the two equations on a graph, will they be different from each other, but have the same x-axis intercepts, which are the answer set?
    Please explain, If they are different graphs, does that mean that they are really two different equations?

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    Two quadratic equations that are multiples of each other are actually the same equation, and that they don't count as being "more than one QE that have the same solution set". However, if you plot the two equations on a graph, will they be different from each other, but have the same ...

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