If I wrote $\displaystyle ax^2+bx+c=0$ --> x= d,e for example, then am I right in thinking that all this says is that d and e are the only possible solutions and that I would need 'iff' to justify that these are the solutions?
If I wrote $\displaystyle ax^2+bx+c=0$ --> x= d,e for example, then am I right in thinking that all this says is that d and e are the only possible solutions and that I would need 'iff' to justify that these are the solutions?
Although, if I were your teacher, I would expect more than just "$\displaystyle ax^2+ bx+ c= 0---> x= d, e"$ to indicate that d and e are meant to be the solutions. If you want to really shock your teacher, try writing full sentences: "x= d and x= e are the solutions to the equation $\displaystyle ax^2+ bx+ c= 0$"!