# What is a translation in quadratics?

Translation is moving a graph to the left or right, up or down (or both).

Given a quadratic equation of the form y = ax^2 + bx + c, if you substitute

u = x - p and v = y - q

then the graph of v against u will be the same as the x-y graph, translated to the left by p and downwards by q.

### What are the rules of quadratics?

1. Quadratics should always contain a set of numbers inconjuction with letters (x usually). 2. Quadratics are always in the form ax2 + bx + c. Where a,b and c are constants and x is a variable. 'a' must always equal '0'. 3. The total equation must never equal '0'. 4. To solve quadratics, you DO NOT factorise. 5. To solve quadratics, use the formula x=a, therefore, b=c. 6. The word 'quadratics' literally means four… Read More

### Which of the quadratics has a graph with only one x-intercept?

Quadratics that can be written in the form y = a*(x - r)2

### What are the release dates for Assignment Discovery - 1992 Lines and Quadratics?

Assignment Discovery - 1992 Lines and Quadratics was released on: USA: 5 October 2006

### What is 2a3-5a2-39 In Rationalizing quadratics?

In rationalising quadratics 2a3 - 5a2 - 39 is an irrelevance. It is not a quadratic but a cubic and so not within the defined scope.

### How do you graph quadratics by finding zeros?

The zeros will only tell you where the graph crosses the x-axis (if it does at all). That will help in graphing the equation, but you will need some additional information, as well.

### What are quadratics used for?

I am actually doing a project on quadratics right now. what i have learned is that quadratics are used alot in sports like golf to measure like the curve of a golf ball and they are alos used in buissness and higher math. I couldn't find alot of information about how they were used in real worl scenarios so i focused more on how porabala's are used in architecture, for example i said that the… Read More

### What nineteenth century French mathematician worked with quadratic formulas?

Evariste Galois worked on quadratics when he was a teenager. He was able to establish the means to solve quadratics using radicals and laid the ground work for what became Galois theory. Unfortunately, he died when he was only 20 years old during a duel.

### A function whose graph is not a straight line?

LOTS- cubic - quadratics - reciprocal - hyperbola - trigonometric - and more

### What kind of math do you need to know in basketball?

Quadratics, to be able to calculate the parabolas when one shoots a basketball.

### What to do in Algebra when in a Quadratics question x has a value?

This is the question : 4x^2-5x+1 When x= -2 How do I do this problem ??

### What is the application of quadratic equation to the lab technicians?

None, quadratics are a torture method invented by a particularly cruel middle age teacher.

### What does a non linear equation look like?

a linear equation is simply an equation in the form x+y quadratics, cubics and quartics are all non-linear, and are in the following forms Quadratics - x^2+x+y Cubics - x^3+x^2+x+y Quartics - x^4+x^3+x^2+x+y

### What are Quadratics?

Equations with an order of 2 (contains a value to the power of 2, i.e. x2). An example of a quadratic equation is: x2 + 10x + 7

### What letters can you make with ---d-a---s?

(I assume you mean words) bandwagons cladrastis dendraspis gladiators headwaters hindrances landladies quadratics

### What is quadratics or the quadratic formula?

The quadratic formula is: Image Source: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_V8KsSIiGjBk/SsACMEj73KI/AAAAAAAAFIU/vNtErLdchMw/s1600/Quadratic+Formula.gif

### What are real life examples of quadratics?

examples of quadratic equation in word problem form with real life situations like sports baseball, hockey

### What relationship do quadratics and polynomials have?

In algebra polynomials are the equations which can have any number of higher power. Quadratic equations are a type of Polynomials having 2 as the highest power.

### Where was the polynomial originated?

The Babylonians solve quadratics in radicals about 2500 B.C.E. It was Euclid, ca. 300 B.C.E. who demonstrates a geometrical construction for solving a quadratic. however, he does not solve it.

### What quadratic equals to 20?

There are infinitely many quadratics that can equal 20. For example, given any positive number, a, a*x^2 + 20 will equal 20 for x= 0.

### What is a 10 letter Word ending with s and fourth letter is d and sixth letter is a?

Here are eight possibilities: bandwagons gladiators headwaters hindrances landladies quadratics sandpapers windlasses

### What do factors have to do with real life?

Number factors help find common denominators in fractions and reducing fractions. In algebra they are used to find the answers to higher level equations like quadratics.

### How are quadratic equations used in real life?

Many real life physics problems are parabolic in nature. Parabolas can be shown as a quadratic equation. If you have two variables then usually you can use the equation to find the best solution to a problem. Also, it is a beginning in the world of mathematical optimization. Some equations use more than two variables and require the technique used to solve quadratics to solve them. I just ran an optimization of 128 variables. To… Read More

### How do you judge whether an equation has solutions by looking at it in standard form?

If you're talking about two linear equations, make sure they are not parallel. If you're talking about quadratics, make sure that b2-4ac is not negative.

### What is the general equation for quadratics?

The general quadratic equation is ax2 + bx + c = 0 The two solutions are: x = [ (negative b) plus or minus the square root of (b2 - 4ac) ] all divided by (2a).

### Turkish Translation Office is good Turkish Translation agency for Website Translation?

Yes, the Turkish Translation Office is a good Turkish Translation Agency for website translation.

### What does the symbol 'U' mean?

In mathematics, more specifically quadratics, it refers to "OR." As opposed to "AND", which is represented by an upside down "U", it is to be solved by drawing a graph of two (or more) lines and shading in one equation "OR" the other.

### When was the quadratic equation developed?

The earliest reference to quadratics was by the ancient Egyptians who used them to assist with land administration and taxation. They were good at recording things though, so there is nothing to suggest an earlier civilization didn't use them but we have no evidence of it.

### How do you find out the number of imaginary zeros in a polynomial?

Descartes' rule of signs (see related link) can help you determine the maximum number of real roots. If the polynomial is odd powered, then there will be at least one real root. Any even powered polynomial can be factored into a bunch of quadratics [though they may not be rational or even pretty], and any odd-powered polynomial can be factored into a bunch of quadratics and one linear (this one would have the real root)… Read More

### What is literary translation?

Lierary translation is the translation of books and literature.

### What does 2.2 equals?

If it is a decimal point there then 2.2 = 2.2 If that dot is someform of axis then x=2 y=2 If the dot is actually 2∙2 then taht means 2x2=4 The answer depends on what type of math i.e. Quadratics...

### What is Computer-aided Translation?

Computer-assisted translation, computer-aided translation or CAT is a form of language translation in which a human translator uses computer software to support and facilitate the translation process. Computer-assisted translation is sometimes called machine-assisted, or machine-aided, translation (not to be confused with machine translation).

### Is it legal to translate your own documents?

It depends on the reason for the translation. Your own translation of your documents will not be accepted as evidence in a court trial. You will need an independent translation by a professional. It depends on the reason for the translation. Your own translation of your documents will not be accepted as evidence in a court trial. You will need an independent translation by a professional. It depends on the reason for the translation. Your… Read More

### What shape means exactly the same but in a different position?

Translation or rotation. Translation or rotation. Translation or rotation. Translation or rotation.

### What is the Hebrew translation for Elvin?

There is no Hebrew translation for Elvin. There is no Hebrew translation for Elvin.

### What subject do you do in year 8 at murrays bay intermediate?

Well You kind learn about thy human penis and thy human vagina in health. You learn how to read in raeding. You learn hiw to spel in speling. And you also learn quadratics in mathematicalism.

### What is a good translation website?

Google translate is an excellent translation website, it translates over 75 different languages. Some other good translation sites are Free Translation and Translation. Babylon.

### What is overt translation and covert translation?

As distinct from overt translation, in covert translation, the translator attempts to re-create an equivalent speech event.

### Where can one get a free translation of English to Spanish?

If someone wishes to get a free translation of English to Spanish there are a variety of different websites where one can do so. Some of these are; Free Translation, Bing Translation and Translation 2.

### The antonym of translation?

i need an antonym of the word translation i need an antonym of the word translation

### Meaning of translation and collaboration in Tagalog?

Tagalog translation of: translation- pagsasalin collaboration- pakikipagtulungan

### What is the disciminant in the equation z2-4z plus 4 equals 0?

quadratics have the form ax2+bx+c=0 the discriminant is the square root of (b2-4ac) = square root of (16-16) =square root of 0 = 0

### What method is used for solving a rational equation?

Methods vary considerably depending upon the number of powers in the equation. For example, the method for solving cubics is quite different to solving quadratics etc... It's not really possible to generalise to one technique.

### What is the sequence of 425 -50?

There are infinitely many possible answers. The simplest is subtract 475 so the next term is -525. Another is multiply by -2/17 Then there are quadratics and polynomials of higher order or other functions that can be fitted to the two points.