i know the equation of to find if at all where a function crosses the x axis but i also found you can just use which i really dont understand as were does the go?
i know the equation of to find if at all where a function crosses the x axis but i also found you can just use which i really dont understand as were does the go?
gives the x-value of the vertex for the graph of the quadratic (a parabola)
the zeros (or roots) of the quadratic function (where it crosses the x-axis) are on either side of
i know the equation of to find if at all where a function crosses the x axis but i also found you can just use which i really dont understand as were does the go?
That is only true when (which is called the discriminant) is equal to