# 10.3: Use Graphs to Solve Quadratic Equations

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solutions of a quadratic equation |
The intercept of a quadratic equation is also called a or root, solution,zero. |

Double Root |
A solution that is repeated twice. |

Quadratic Formula |
The quadratic formula states that for any quadratic equation in the form , . |

Roots |
The roots of a function are the values of x that make y equal to zero. |

Zero Product Rule |
The zero product rule states that if the product of two expressions is equal to zero, then at least one of the original expressions much be equal to zero. |

Zeroes |
The zeroes of a function are the values of that cause to be equal to zero. |

Zeros |
The zeros of a function are the values of that cause to be equal to zero. |

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Learn how to use graphs to solve quadratic equations.

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Feb 24, 2012
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