Quadratics
Quadratics Quad*rat"ics, n. (Alg.) That branch of algebra which treats of quadratic equations. [1913 Webster]

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  • quadratics — [kwä drat′iks] n. the branch of algebra dealing with quadratic equations …   English World dictionary

  • quadratics — /kwo drat iks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) the branch of algebra that deals with quadratic equations. [1675 85; see QUADRATIC, ICS] * * * …   Universalium

  • quadratics — quad·rat·ic || kwÉ‘ drætɪk /kwÉ’ n. equation containing terms raised to no higher than the second degree (Algebra) adj. containing terms raised to no higher than the second degree (Algebra) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • quadratics — quad•rat•ics [[t]kwɒˈdræt ɪks[/t]] n. (used with a sing. v.) math. the branch of algebra that deals with quadratic equations • Etymology: 1675–85 …   From formal English to slang

  • quadratics — /kwɒdˈrætɪks/ (say kwod ratiks) noun (construed as singular) the branch of algebra that deals with quadratic equations …   Australian English dictionary

  • quadratics — noun a branch of algebra dealing with quadratic equations • Topics: ↑mathematics, ↑math, ↑maths • Hypernyms: ↑algebra * * * /kwo drat iks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) the branch of algebra that deals with quadratic equations. [1675 85; see …   Useful english dictionary

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