# Radical form formula

**formula**. Solve an equation of the

**form**a x 2 + b x + c = 0 by using the quadratic

**formula**: x =. − b ± √ b 2 − 4 a c. 2 a.

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**radical**is also in simplest

**form**when the radicand is not a fraction. Example 1. 33, for example, has no square factors. Its factors are 3 · 11, neither of which is a square number. Therefore, is in its simplest

**form**. Example 2. Extracting the square root. 18 has the square factor 9. 18 = 9 · 2..

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**radical**functions! This objective will focus on

**radical**equations that lead to quadratic equations. That means we can have 0, 1, or 2 solutions (based on whether the potential solutions are in the domains of the

**radical**functions) . Solve the following equation. Smallest solution: Largest. This page will help you to simplify an expression under a

**radical**sign (square root sign). Type your expression into the box under the

**radical**sign, then click "Simplify." Enter the expression here. Quick! I need help with: Choose Math Help Item.