quadratics

NOUN
  1. a branch of algebra dealing with quadratic equations
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  • For that matter quadratics aren't all that tough.
  • The quartic in y must factor into two quadratics with real coefficients, since any complex roots must occur in conjugate pairs.
  • Attempts to fit other functions, such as quadratics, other polynomials, logarithmic functions and exponentials all produced very small R-squared values. SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page
  • The sparseness of the quadratics is what is important here.
  • The other good thing I discovered was what to say to someone at a party when they discover you are a maths teacher and come up to you and say, "they taught me boring quadratics at school and I am a successful businessman and have never used quadratics ... what a waste of time". Archive 2008-02-01
  • (that is, our quadratics are monic), to make our calculations easier. Charlottesville Blogs
  • I described about 4 different ways that it could be done and even created a tool to visualize quadratics factorization, but unless someone comments or e-mails me, I'm basically in the dark. The Ten Commandments
  • Quadratics and the progressions, the binominal formula, covergence and divergence of series, the theory of equations, etc. Corresponds to third term of Math. The University of Virginia Record
  • The thought that quadratics are now seen as ‘high brow’ really does, once again, make me despair.
  • This is certainly possible and the Babylonians' understanding of quadratics adds some weight to the claim.
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