Hi everybody, this may be really simple and im just missing the point. But how can you calculate the 2 intersection points of 2 quadratics if one is x^2 and the other is -x^2?
Hi everybody, this may be really simple and im just missing the point. But how can you calculate the 2 intersection points of 2 quadratics if one is x^2 and the other is -x^2?
Many thanks
Daniel
Hi Daniel,
The graph of is a parabola with vertex at the origin and opening upward.
The graph of is a parabola with vertex at the origin and opening downward.
Hi everybody, this may be really simple and im just missing the point. But how can you calculate the 2 intersection points of 2 quadratics if one is x^2 and the other is -x^2?
Many thanks
Daniel
There is only one intersection point - at the origin.
You can find this by setting them equal to each other