1. -Solve each equation by completing the square:
3x^2+x-2=0

-Find the exact solution to 2x^2=9x-5 by using the Quasratic Formula.

-Find the value of the discriminant for each quadratic equation. Then describe the number and type of roots for the equation.
25x^2-20x+4=0
2x^2+10x+9=2x

-Write an equation for the parabola with vertex at (-4,2) and y-intercept -2.

-Solve 2x^2-7x-15<0 algebraically.

-Solve 3x^2-x=4 by factoring.  2.

3. Are you wanting help, or are you wanting someone to do the work for you?
At least make an effort, please.  4. Originally Posted by Ophiolite
Are you wanting help, or are you wanting someone to do the work for you?
At least make an effort, please.
Yeah, after posting in response to the Algebra 2 thread and receiving no response, I am not likely to do so again. I too am expecting to see some discussion and not just a thank you, which I did not get either. But of course I did not do it for him, so maybe that wasn't what he was looking for.  Posting Permissions
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