Project # 1
Work only equation: (a) x^ - 2x - 13 = 0 and (c) x^ + 12x - 64 + 0, but complete all 6 steps (a-f) as shown in the example.

Project#2,
Please select at least five numbers: 0(zero), two even numbers and two odd numbers. Make sure you organize into separate projects.
The assignment must include all the math work required to answer the problems.
The steps are:
• Move the constant term to the right side of the equation.
• Multiply each term in the equation by four times the coefficient of the x^ term.
• Square the coefficient of the original x term and add it to both sides of the equation.
• Take the square root of both sides.
• Set the side of the equation equal to the positive square root of the number on the right side and solve for x.
• Set the left side of the equation equal to the negative square root of the number on the right side and solve for x.

Write a quadraticequation (see attachment)
How do you know if a quadraticequation will have one, two, or no solutions? How do you find a quadraticequation if you are only give the solution? Is it possible to have different quadraticequations with the same solution? Explain. Provide your classmate's with one or two solutio

1. Read Ch. 11 (attached)of Introductory and Intermediate Algebra.
· Post a response to the following: How do you know if a quadraticequation will have one, two, or
no solutions? How do you find a quadraticequation if you are only given the solution? Is it
possible to have different quadraticequations with the same solut

1. Determine whether the following equations have a solution or not? Justify your answer.
a) x^2+6x-7=0
b) z^2+z+1=0
c) (3)^1/2y^2-4y-7(3)^1/2=0
d) 2x^2-10x+25=0
e) 2x^2-6x+5=0
f) s^2-4s+4=0
g) 5/6x^2-7x-6/5=0
h) 7a^2+8a+2=0
2. If x=1 and x=-8, then form a quadraticequation.
3. What type of solution do

1. How many solutions exist for a quadraticequation? How do we determine whether the solutions are real or complex?
2. Translate the following into a quadraticequation, and solve it, showing your work:
The length of a rectangular garden is three tiems its width; if the area of the garden is 75 square meters, what are

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

A step-by-step procedure is given for applying the quadratic formula to solve for x. The quadratic formula considered is as follows: x^2-x-6=0. In this example, the quadratic formula is presented accompanied by an explanation of the meaning for each term. The process is shown for assigning values to each element in the quadrat

How do you solve these? Please show steps.
1) Simplify
3rd order radical of - (64), that is the cubic root of (-64)
2) Solve by completing the square (Don't forget the "i")
2x^2 + 4x + 6 = 0
3) Solve by quadratic formula
(2x -1)(x - 4) = 39
4) Solve by quadratic formula

Find all real or imaginary solutions to each equation.
Use the method of your choice:
1. w^2 = -225
2. 3y^2 + 4v -1 = 0
3. sqrt(7)x + 29 = x + 3
Solve each equation by using the quadratic formula:
4. x ^2 + 4x + 3 = 0
5. - 8 q^2 - 2q + 1 = 0
6. -3x^2 - 2x - 5 = 0
Find the discriminant b^2-4ac and the n