# How to solve the quadratic equation in standard form

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by norein

2014-06-15T11:18:46+08:00

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You can use factoring, completing the square and the formula
x2 + 4x + 4 = -1 + 4
(x + 2)2 = 3
Step 4 Take the square root on both sides of the equation:
x + 2 = ±√3 = ±1.73 (to 2 decimals)
Step 5 Subtract 2 from both
(not my examples)
now i know
yeah
2014-06-15T11:23:08+08:00

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You can factor it or complete its square

Example:

By factoring,

x²-4=0
(x+2)(x-2)
x=-2 x=2

By completing its square,

x²-4=0
√x² and √4
x= ±2