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polynomial equation of degree two that can be written in the form
1. $11lsap0yn0mia|$ $ax^{2}+bx+c=0$ 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 is a quadratic equation?
$a$ $3s^{2}+s-4$ c. $2x-1=5$
b. $m^{2}-8m-1=0$ d. $5y^{2}+4y\geq 7$
3. In the quadratic equation $2x^{2}-9x-5=0$ which is the quadratic term?
a. 2x2 $bx^{2}$ C.- 9x $4-5$
$on2x^{2}-9x-5=0$ $x^{2}$ which is the linear term?
$4$ In the quadratic equation
$a$ 2x b. $c-9x$ $d-5$
$5$ In the quadratic equation $2x^{2}-9x-5=0$ which is the constant term?
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a. Linear Equation c. Quadratic Equation
b. Linear Inequality d. Quadratic Inequality

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