How do you use the quadratic formula in Mathematica?

How do you use the quadratic formula in Mathematica?

Wolfram Mathematica

1. Multiply both sides by .
3. Out[3]= Factor the left-hand side.
4. Take the positive square root of both sides.
5. Cancel the square root of the square.
6. Out[6]= Subtract from both sides.
7. Out[7]= Divide both sides by to obtain the quadratic formula for with positive square root.

How do you write pi in Wolfram Alpha?

Pi is the symbol representing the mathematical constant , which can also be input as ∖[Pi]. Pi is defined as the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter and has numerical value .

How does Wolfram|Alpha solve quadratic equations?

Wolfram|Alpha can apply the quadratic formula to solve equations coercible into the form ax2 +bx+c= 0 a x 2 + b x + c = 0. In doing so, Wolfram|Alpha finds both the real and complex roots of these equations. It can also utilize other methods helpful to solving quadratic equations, such as completing the square, factoring and graphing.