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How do I create a list of 25 random quadratic equations in the form ax^2+bx+c?
My teacher suggests using the RandomInteger command along with the Factor command, but I cannot figure out the syntax. A, b, and c need to be non zero integers between -10 and 10.
Feb 11 at 20:47
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