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When the following quadratic equation is written in standard form, what is the value of "c"?

A. -8

B. -6

C. -2

 Apr 9, 2019

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It is written in standard form as far as I can tell     a =  -3/4     b = 0    c = 2

 

Perhaps your standard form dictates a positive leading coefficient with no fractions

 

 

 

3x^2 -8 = 0       a = 3   b = 0     c = -8

 Apr 9, 2019
edited by ElectricPavlov  Apr 9, 2019
 #1
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Best Answer

It is written in standard form as far as I can tell     a =  -3/4     b = 0    c = 2

 

Perhaps your standard form dictates a positive leading coefficient with no fractions

 

 

 

3x^2 -8 = 0       a = 3   b = 0     c = -8

ElectricPavlov Apr 9, 2019
edited by ElectricPavlov  Apr 9, 2019
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I've got -8 as the right answer thanks a mill.👍👍🙏

travisio  Apr 9, 2019

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