### Quadratic Equations and Negative Discrimants

What type of solution do you get for a quadratic equation where D<0? Give reasons for your answers also provide an example of such a quadratic equation and find the solution of the equation.

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What type of solution do you get for a quadratic equation where D<0? Give reasons for your answers also provide an example of such a quadratic equation and find the solution of the equation.

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I need help in completing the following exercises. I need to use the Equation Editor in Microsoft® Word to do these problems, then submit a Word document, showing the work and answers. Attached you will find the problems to be completed. Please help me by actually working the problems with microsoft Equation Editor & replying

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Formulate three word problems from day-to-day life that can be translated to quadratic equations.

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Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. Name: __________________________ Date: _____________ 1. Write in simplest form. 2. Simplify. 3. Multiply. 4. Solve. 5. Add. Express your answer in simplest form. 6. What values for x must be

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