Quadratics or quadratic equations can be defined as a polynomial equation of a second degree, which implies that it comprises of a minimum of one term that is squared. The solutions to the quadratic equation are the values of the unknown variable x, which satisfy the equation. Since the quadratic include only one unknown term or variable, thus it is called univariate. The power of variable x are always non-negative integers, hence the equation is a polynomial equation with highest power as 2.

The solution for this equation is the values of x, which are also called as zeros. Zeros of the polynomial are the solution for which the equation is satisfied. In the case of quadratics, there are two roots or zeros of the equation. And if we put the values of roots or x in the Left-hand side of the equation, it will equal to zero. Therefore, they are called zeros.

The course covers the concept ‘Quadratic Equations’ from scratch. It covers the following major concepts

• Meaning of Quadratic Equation

•Various methods of solving Quadratic Equations

• Factorisation method also known as splitting

• Completing the square

• Discriminant method and its Application to find out unknown variables

3. Application of Quadratic Equations to Real life Problems by introducing word problems

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