Problem

$1.$ $t$ is a polynomial equation of degree two that can be written in the form
$ax^{2}+bx$ $+c=0,$ where a, b, and c are real numbers and a # 0.
A. Linear Equation C. Quadratic Equation
B. Linear Inequality D. Quadratic Inequality
2. Which of the following illustrates quadratic equation?
$\dfrac {1} {2}\left(h-6\right)=0$
A. $3m=15$ $C.\dfrac {1} {2}\left(h-$
B. $12-4x=0$ $D.$ $25-r^{2}=4r$
3. The following are the values of a, b, and c that Edna, Luisa, Jane an
Christy got when they expressed $5-3x=2x^{2}in$ standard $\left(Orm$
Edna $a=-2,b=-3,c=5$ $\sqrt{ane} $ $a=2,b=-3,c=-5$
$d1sa$ $a=2,b=3,c=-5$ $cnns5y$ $a=-2,b=-3,c=-5$

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