# Introductory Calculus-practice questions

• hds29ka
In summary, the conversation was about a student seeking practice questions for straight line graphs, quadratics, cubics/root functions, and completing the square. The student also asked for help in finding the values of "m" for a quadratic equation and solving for x in a square root equation. The conversation ended with a request for the equation of a line parallel to another line and passing through a specific point.

#### hds29ka

Greetings,

Note:I am in my eleventh year of school, thus not into 'real' calculus yet; or in university, for that matter.

I was wondering if someone may have some practice questions-fore me attempt, on the following sub-headings:
• straight line graphs
• cubics/root functions, 1/f(x)
• completing the square

Thankyou,

For what values of "m" the following quadratic equation will have: a) exactly one solution
b) two distinct real solutions c) No real solution
$$x^{2}+2mx+3m$$

Complete the square:
$$ax^2+bx+c$$

Find x:
$$\sqrt{x}-\sqrt{x-1} = 3$$

find the equation of a line that passes through the point (1,3) and is parallel to the line 2x+y-4=0

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