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To write a quadratic function when you know its zeros (where the function equals zero), you use those zeros to create the equation. For example, if the zeros are \( p \) and \( q \), the function can be written as \( y = (x - p)(x - q) \). This form directly gives you the quadratic equation without needing any extra information. Use these worksheets to enhance your analytical skills.

Algebra 2

Quadratic Functions