2.1 Introduction to Quadratic Equations. 2.2 General Form of Quadratic Equations. 2.3 Quadratic Equation and Its Roots. 2.4 Solving Quadratic Equations. 2.5 Forming Quadratic Equations from Given Roots. 2.6 Finding the Sum of Roots (SOR) and Product of Roots (POR) 2.7 Forming New Quadratic Equation given a Quadratic Equation.
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