writing quadratic equations

Follow the directions for each problem to write a quadratic equation that has the given number of

solutions. Be sure to show all the work leading to your answer.


 

8. Think of another quadratic equation that has two (2) real number solutions. Write the

equation in ax^2+ bx +c =0 form. Then find the value of the discriminant to support your

answer.

9. Think of another quadratic equation that has one (1) real number solution. Write the

equation in ax^2 +bx +c =0 form. Then find the value of the discriminant to support your

answer.

10. Think of another quadratic equation that has no (0) real number solutions. Write the

equation in ax^2+ bx +c =0 form. Then find the value of the discriminant to support your

answer.