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First, let's briefly discuss solving quadratic equations using a method called:
Let's see what a typical
perfect square
looks like.
Now, let's choose an example Quadratic Equation: Solving this by "completing the square" is as follows: 1) Move the "non X" term to the right: 2) Divide the equation by the coefficient of X² which in this case is 4 3) Now here's the "completing the square" stage in which we:
the coefficient of X is 3
4) Finally, we can take the square root of both sides of the
equation and we have:
We can follow precisely the same procedure as above to derive the
Quadratic Formula. All Quadratic Equations have the general form:

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