How do the linear equation and quadratic equation are differ? What do we suffer on earth? What if we would live on the moon /sun?
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How do the linear equation and quadratic equation are differ? What do we suffer on earth? What if we would live on the moon /sun?
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1. User Answers Lemlemzewdu691
Quadratic equation is any equation that can be rearranged in standard form as ax^{2}+box+c=0 
2. User Answers ibiscollingwood
A quadratic equation is a parabola and a linear equation is a straight line.
 Quadratic Equation is an equation in which the power of variable mostly x is two.
 Standard quadratic equation is [tex]ax^{2} +bx+c=0[/tex]
 Any linear equation have form like [tex]y=mx+c[/tex]
 The moon has no atmosphere, no weather and no oceans of water. Its surface is in a perpetual vacuum.
 Because the moon's gravity is only onesixth that of the Earth's gravity, Apollo astronauts had to risk of stumbling or falling.
 Astronauts on the moon were protected from the extreme temperatures by their spacesuits. The suits had several layers of insulating material covered by a highly reflective outer layer.
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