Module IV

Rather than just memorize a formula how about understanding Problem-Solving well enough to derive it. Because that's basically all you're doing...You are solving for x where

ax^{2 }+ bx +c = 0

You're going to use your two problem-solving tools, Hero Zero and No Fun Get Back To 1. You are employing concepts four & five of the five basic concepts.

No one ever took the five minutes to show me this. This is the quick and dirty derivation without lots of explanation. When you click enter you will get much, much more explanation than this...PLUS a few examples putting the Quadratic Formula into action.

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After you're done with the next page you will understand how we get from this:

**ax ^{2 }**

to this:

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