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Mathematicians and engineers rely on quadratic equations, a type of algebraic equation, to describe and predict myriad real-world events. These equations concern the mathematic operation of squaring, which occurs when a quantity is multiplied by itself.
Quadratics are especially useful when describing parabolas, which can be seen in U-shaped phenomena, from the course of a dart thrown through the air to a structural arc made by building materials. When a person translates a quadratic equation into visual information on a graph, the resultant line forms a parabola.
Models rooted in quadratic solutions are used extensively in the modern world. For example, quadratic equations allow engineers to properly determine the curve of the satellite dishes that drive telecommunications technology. Moreover, businesspeople rely on quadratics to predict future revenues.
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