The factored form of a quadratic function is f(x)=(x‒p)(x‒q).

amanf 2021-02-03 Answered

The factored form of a quadratic function is f(x)=(xp)(xq). The standard form of a quadratic function is f(x)=ax2+bx+c. The factored form for a quadratic function tells us the x-intercepts of the quadratic function, while the standard form for a quadratic function tells us the y-intercept of the quadratic function.
Answer the following question:
If p=2 and q=3, use what you have learned about multiplying polynomials to
- write the factored form of the quadratic function f(x)
- write the standard form for the quadratic function f(x)

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Laaibah Pitt
Answered 2021-02-04 Author has 98 answers

Factored form of the quadratic function f(x) is
f(x)=(xp)(xq)
put p=2,q=3
=(x2)(x(3))
f(x)=(x2)(x+3))
Standart form of a quadraticfunction is f(x)=(x2)(x+3)
=x(x+3)2(x+3)
=x2+3x2x6
f(x)=x2+x6

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