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Function value ($y$) (the function value at single point x, often marked as f(x))  =>  
Function argument ($x$)  <=  
Coefficient before power of two ($a$)  <=  
Coefficient before power of one ($b$)  <=  
Free parameter ($c$)  <= 
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Summary  
Used formula  Show source$y= a~{ x}^{2}+ b~ x+ c$  
Result  Show source$3$  
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Some facts
 The quadratic function is a function that can be prepresented in the form:
$y= a~{ x}^{2}+ b~ x+ c$where:
 $y$  function value (the function value at single point x, often marked as f(x)),
 $x$  function argument (called also independent value),
 $a$, $b$, $c$  quadratic function coefficients (numbers just before x^{2}, x and free parameter).
 The graph of the quadratic function is parabola. Depending on the coefficient value at the second power (a), the following scenarios are possible:
 when the coefficient on the second power is positive (a> 0)  the parabola's arms are directed upwards,
 when the coefficient on the second power is negative (a < 0)  the parabola arms are directed downwards,
 in the case when the coefficient on the second power is equal to zero (a = 0)  the quadratic function reduces to linear function.
 when the coefficient on the second power is positive (a> 0)  the parabola's arms are directed upwards,
 A square function can have one, two, or have no zero points. To check the number of zero places (sometimes also called roots), we can calculate the discriminant of a quadratic function (colloquially called delta):
$\Delta={ b}^{2}4~ a~ c$where:
 $\Delta$  dicriminant of the quadratic function,
 $a$, $b$, $c$  quadratic function coefficients (numbers just before x^{2}, x and free parameter).
 discriminant is negative (Δ <0)  the function has no roots, the graph of the function is a parabola, which is located entirety above the OX axis or under the OX axis,
 discriminant is equal to zero (Δ = 0)  the function has exactly one root, the graph of the function is a parabola whose vertex lies on the OX axis:
$h=\frac{ b}{2~ a}$  discriminant is positive (Δ> 0)  the function has two different roots, the function graph is a parabola, whose arms cross the OX axis:
$x_1=\frac{ b\sqrt{ \Delta}}{2~ a}$$x_2=\frac{ b+\sqrt{ \Delta}}{2~ a}$
 A quadratic function is a special case of polynomial function in which the order is 2.
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