Find the roots of sqrt(2)x*x +x +sqrt(2)=0? Divide 39 into 2 parts whose product is 338? Solve x^(2/3) - x^(1/3)-2=0 ? Solve x(x+2)(x+3)(x+5)=72 ? Watch this and more problems! What are quadratic equations? Most of us know that a quadratic equation is a degree 2 equation in one variable. For those of you who would like to learn more about quadratic equations and how to solve them and also for Class 11, ISC Math students, this video is for you! . Here, you will learn about i. How to solve a quadratic equation, using the formula. You can also solve it by direct factorization, but what happens if the correct factors don't click in your mind. ii. What happens if the equation is not a quadratic? Can it be converted to a quadratic? Most certainly, yes. Watch this video to know how! I am providing online classes  topic wise and course wise. You can contact me for further details.

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NATURE OF THE ROOTS OF A QUADRATIC EQUATION

What is the Discriminant of a Quadratic Equation? You will see how to calculate the discriminant and find the nature of the roots of the quadratic, depending on whether D > 0. D = 0 or D < 0. Different cases when D is a perfect square or not are also discussed.

PROBLEMS-NATURE OF THE ROOTS OF A QUADRATIC EQUATION

Presenting a few problems on nature of the roots of a quadratic equation. Given the nature of the roots, you will see how other parameters can be determined.

SUM AND PRODUCT OF THE ROOTS OF A QUADRATIC EQUATION

Given a quadratic equation with roots p and q, find p/q and q/p? Find an equation whose roots are 3,-1/3. If p, q are the roots of a quadratic equation, form an equation whose roots are 2p and 2q. The ratio of the roots os x*x +px+q=0 is 2, find p and more problems! Have you wanted to learn how to calculate the sum and product of the roots of a quadratic equation A very useful lesson , especially for Class 11 Maths students-ISC stream. Here, you will learn two simple formulae. How to calculate the sum and product of the roots of a quadratic equation and given the roots , how to form a quadratic equation. A number of problems are illustrated. I am also providing online tutoring topic wise or semester wise. You can contact me on mathmadeeasy22@gmail.com for more details.

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HOW TO FORM A QUADRATIC EQUATION GIVEN THE ROOTS

Given 2 roots of a quadratic equation, you will learn how to form the equation using a simple formula. 2 problems are solved here. A very profound concept.

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Find the condition that one of the roots of a quadratic equation is unity. Solve a quadratic equation given that the square of the difference of the roots is 64 Find a, if one of the roots of 8x*x-6x+a=0 is the square of the other. Find k, so that x*x-11x+k=0 and x*x-14x+2k=0 have a common root. And more problems! Would you like to learn to solve more problems on sum and product of the roots of a quadratic equation? A great resource for class 11 mathematics students-ISC.

Learn how quadratic inequalities can be solved using the method of intervals. Note how this method works only if the coefficient of the highest degree term is non negative. This is extensively used in Calculus, Applications of Derivatives.

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