quadratics
[kwodratiks]

noun (used with a singular verb)
the branch of algebra that deals with quadratic equations.
Origin of quadratics
quadratic
[kwodratik]
adjective
noun
Origin of quadratic
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I even showed her that problem in quadratics and told her I couldnt do it.
Marjorie Dean, High School JuniorPauline Lester
In connection with the sphere some easy work in quadratics may be introduced even if the class has had only a year in algebra.
The Teaching of GeometryDavid Eugene Smith
This is a useful method in the case in which φ(x) and ƒ(x) are quadratics, but scarcely ever in any other case.
An advantage gained was that every quadratic equation, and not some quadratics only, could be spoken of as having two roots.
The rapidity with which he would fill the blackboard, in solving difficult problems in quadratics, was almost bewildering.
In the SchoolRoomJohn S. Hart
quadratic
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