## What are the applications of quadratic equations?

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Quadratic Equations are useful in many other areas: For a parabolic mirror, a reflecting telescope or a satellite dish, the shape is defined by a quadratic equation. Quadratic equations are also needed when studying lenses and curved mirrors. And many questions involving time, distance and speed need quadratic equations.

## Are there any examples of quadratic equations in real life?

Quadratic equations pop up in many real world situations! Here we have collected some examples for you, and solve each using different methods: Each example follows three general stages:

**What is the standard form of a quadratic equation?**

In addition, the standard form of a quadratic equation is y = ax2 + bx + c, where a, b, and c are number and a is not equal to zero (a ≠ 0). Question 6: What is the quadratic formula and what is it used for?

**How to solve quadratic equations with two distinct solutions?**

Upon solving the quadratic equation we should get either two real distinct solutions or a double root. Also, as the previous example has shown, when we get two real distinct solutions we will be able to eliminate one of them for physical reasons. Let’s work another example or two. Example 2 Two cars start out at the same point.

But first let’s understand what exactly do we mean by the applications of quadratic equations. Many physical and mathematical problems are in the form of quadratic equations. In mathematics, the solution of the quadratic equation is of particular importance.

### What are some real-world scenarios that involve quadratic functions?

There are many real-world scenarios that involve finding the maximum or minimum value of a quadratic function, such as applications involving area and revenue. Find two numbers x x and y y whose difference is 100 and whose product is a minimum.

### What is the license license for the quadratic formula application?

License: CC BY: Attribution Quadratic Formula Application – Determine the Width of a Border. Authored by: James Sousa (Mathispower4u.com) for Lumen Learning.

**How do you find the root of a quadratic equation?**

Write an expression for the area of the border. There are 10 sq ft of fabric for the border, so set the area of border to be 10. Multiply ( 4 + 2 x) ( 5 + 2 x) ( 4 + 2 x) ( 5 + 2 x). Simplify. Subtract 10 from both sides so that you have a quadratic equation in standard form and can apply the Quadratic Formula to find the roots of the equation.