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# How do you solve a quadratic equation by factoring?

## How do you solve a quadratic equation by factoring?

To solve an quadratic equation using factoring :

1. 1 . Transform the equation using standard form in which one side is zero.
2. 2 . Factor the non-zero side.
3. 3 . Set each factor to zero (Remember: a product of factors is zero if and only if one or more of the factors is zero).
4. 4 . Solve each resulting equation.

What does it mean to solve by graphing?

A system of linear equations contains two or more equations e.g. y=0.5x+2 and y=x-2. The solution of such a system is the ordered pair that is a solution to both equations. To solve a system of linear equations graphically we graph both equations in the same coordinate system.

How do you graph quadratic equations?

Graph a quadratic equation in two variables.

1. Write the quadratic equation with. on one side.
2. Determine whether the parabola opens upward or downward.
3. Find the axis of symmetry.
4. Find the vertex.
5. Find the y-intercept.
6. Find the x-intercepts.
7. Graph the parabola.

### Can all quadratic equations be solved by graphing?

Don’t be fooled: Not all quadratic equations can be solved by factoring. For example, x2 – 3x = 3 is not solvable with this method. One way to solve quadratic equations is by completing the square; still another method is to graph the solution (a quadratic graph forms a parabolaâ€”a U-shaped line seen on the graph).

Which is the correct step by step procedure in solving equation by factoring?

Steps for Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring

1. Write the equation in standard form:
2. Factor completely.
3. Apply the Zero Product Rule , by setting each factor containing a variable to zero. If ab = 0, then a = 0 or b = 0.
4. Solve the linear equations in step 3.
5. Check.