In this lesson, you will learn how to find the zeroes of a quadratic equation using the diamond method. By factoring out the common factors, you can solve for the zeroes of the equation using the 0 product property. With a little practice, you can easily solve quadratic equations with A greater than 1.
How to find the zeros of a quadratic equation
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How do I find the zeros of a quadratic equation?
How do I factor a quadratic equation with a leading coefficient greater than 1 (using the "diamond" method)?
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The instructor uses the "diamond" method to factor a quadratic equation with a leading coefficient greater than 1. He then uses the zero product property to solve the equation.