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**Single Quadratic equation**

In single quadratic equation has maximum power of unknown variable has two.In maths exam papers there are two or three question are given from this chapter.This type of problem are given in Quantitative Aptitude which is a very essential paper in banking exam. Under below given some more example for your better practice.

**Example: ax ^{2} + bx + c = 0**

It is equal to 0 and the a, b, c are the constant value and we can say that x represent as unknown.

The a, b, c are the constant and quadratic coefficient or linear coefficient. Quadratic equation hold the only power of x which is also non negative integer.

**Example single quadratic equation:**

4x + 8x + 12 = 0

**How to solve the single variable quadratic equations :**

- 4x
^{2}+ 12x + 8 = 0

This equations contain 4x^{2} and 12x where positive +4 is the coefficient of x^{2}.and 12x where positive +12 is contain coefficient of x. and 8 is constant variable.

**Step 1:** First we multiply the positive +8 and positive +4 that is 32.

**Step 2: **we separate the 32 into 8 and 4 which is a addition result of 12 and 12 we get addition of 8 and 4 so

**Step 3:** switch the sign the both factors number. that is +8 into -8 and +4 into -4.

and divide by the coefficient of x^{2}. that is 4

so get the result is

-8 / 4 and -4 / 4

**Step 4:** result we get is x = -2 and -1 .

**Example 1:**

x^{2} + 9x + 20 = 0

**Answer :**

**Shortcut tricks :**

5 x 4 = +20

we break + 20 in two parts such that addition between them is 9.

+20 = (+5) + (+ 4) = +9 .

Change sign of both factor and divide by cofficient of x^{2} ,

So -5 / 1 = – 5 .

– 4 / 1 = – 4 .

i. e . -5 , – 4 .

**Example 2:**

y^{2} + 13y + 28 = 0

**Answer :**

**Shortcut tricks :**

7 x 4 = +28

we break + 28 in two parts such that difference between them is 3

+28 = (+7) – (+ 4) = +3 .

Change sign of both factor and divide by cofficient of y^{2 }, that is 1

So -7 / 1 = – 7 .

– 4 / 1 = – 4 .

i. e . – 7 , – 4 .

**Example 3:**

4y^{2} + 12y + 8 = 0

**Answer :**

**Shortcut tricks :**

4 x 8 = +32

we break + 32 in two parts such that addition between them is 12.

+32 = (+8) + (+ 4) = +12 .

Change sign of both factor and divide by cofficient of y^{2} , that is 4 ,

So -8 / 4 = -2 .

– 4 / 4 = -1 .

i. e . -2 , – 1 .

**Example 4:**

6 x^{2} + 10x + 4 = 0

**Answer :**

**Shortcut tricks :**

6 x 4 = +24

we break + 24 in two parts such that addition between them is 10.

+32 = (+6) + (+ 4) = +10 .

Change sign of both factor and divide by cofficient of x^{2} , that is 6

So , -6 / 6 = -1 .

– 4 / 6 = -2 / 3 .

i. e . -1 , – 2 / 3 .

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x2+9x+20=0….ans: x=-5 , x=-4……..u gave x=-1/5, x=-1/4

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Hi ,How to solve x^2-11x+1=0 using this method.Please reply

Hi, how to solve x^2-11x+1=0. Please reply.