Quadratics

Mathematical Methods: Units 1 and 2

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This video looks comprehensively at the use and need for the discriminant in solving quadratics.
The discriminant is a way to find if there is one, two or zero crossing points on the x-axis. This is a way to find if there are solutions to a quadratic equation. Solutions, in Mathematics, are simply the number of times a function crossing the x-axis.

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