Concept Check Nathaniel Collier May 18, 2012 Mat/117 Amanda Manley

The solutions to the quadratic equation will be located at the point(s) that the graph crosses or hits the x axis. These are the values where f(x) = 0, so they make the equation true. The graph can cross the x axis twice if there are two solutions, just touch it once if there is one solution, or no times at all if there are no solutions.

References Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, Third Edition, by Marvin L.Bittinger and Judith A.Beecher.Published by Addison Wesley.Copyright ©2007 by Pearson Education, Inc.

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