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**Answiki**on 09/27/2022 at 04:46:45 PM UTC# What is the difference between the standard, factored and vertex forms of a quadratic equation?

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**Answiki**on 09/27/2022 at 04:48:32 PM UTCA quadratic equation is a function defined on

**Standard form:**

**Vertex form:**

**Factored form:**

Note that all three forms represent the same function. It is easily demonstrated that one can switch from one to the other.

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**Answiki**on 09/27/2022 at 04:48:32 PMA quadratic equation is a function defined on

**Standard form:**

**Vertex form:**

**Factored form:**

Note that all three forms represent the same function. It is easily demonstrated that one can switch from one to the other.

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**Answiki**09/27/2022 at 04:46:45 PM
What is the difference between the standard, factored and vertex forms of a quadratic equation?

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