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OTHER WORDS FROM quadraticquad·rat·i·cal·ly, adverb
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Stone tablets carved more than 3,000 years ago show that ancient Babylonian mathematicians used a formula to solve polynomials of second degree — a cuneiform forebear of the same quadratic formula that algebra students learn today.
Dajae Williams was in seventh-grade math and the topic of the day was the quadratic formula.
In derivative pricing, the bank realized “a quadratic speedup” in the ability to run the simulations needed to price these algorithms, he says.Startup debuts software to help any company use ‘quantum algorithms’|Jeremy Kahn|September 24, 2020|Fortune