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  1. #1 Implicit solutions 
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    Hello there,

    Today in class, my teacher said the following:

    The interval over which the implicit solution can be found by considering the quadratic formula . The interval of which can be defined is precisely the interval of which the determinant is real (non-complex).

    What I'm not sure about is how can we treat the implicit solution as a quadratic, when . Ordinarily, quadratic applies to the form where here and naturally, . But since , my sense is that quadratic can't be used.

    Thanks for the help.


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