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## (will mark as brainliest) Describe the process of graphing a quadratic equation without using graphing technology. How many solutions

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Describe the process of graphing a quadratic equation without using graphing technology. How many solutions can a quadratic equation have and why does it vary? How would the corresponding graphs look like?

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2021-08-08T17:39:52+00:00
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Find the x and y-intercepts of the equation. Then calculate the points at constant intervals and plot and connect those points on a makeshift graph. A quadratic equation can have 2 solutions, 1 solution, or none. The corresponding graphs(if two solutions) would most probably cross over the x-axis twice.

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