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Algebra _ Problems leading to quadratic equations

Many word problems Involving unknown quantities can be translated for solving quadratic equations Methods of solving quadratic equations are discussed h ere in the following steps. Step I: Denote the unknown quantities by x, y etc. Step II: use the conditions of the problem to establish in unknown quantities. Step III: Use the equations to establish one quadratic equation in one unknown. Step IV: Solve this equation to obtain the value of the unknown in the set to which it belongs.

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