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The graph of a quadratic function in a single variable is a parabola. Setting that function equal to zero creates a quadratic equation, and the solutions to that equation are the “zeros” or “roots” of the function. In quadratic functions of a real variable x, those solutions or “roots” are the function’s x-intercepts. In this…

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