Free QUAD Program

If you need to solve a quadratic equation, this is the program for you. It can solve any soluble quadratic equation. You can have the two answers, both in the form your teacher would expect a hand-solved quadratic to have. Your answers will be in fractional form if there is a fraction. Also, you will see the radicals and imaginary number values just as you’d see them if you wrote them out by hand.

Even if your quadratic has imaginary/complex solutions, this program will provide you with those. Basically, if there’s an answer for your quadratic, this program will help you find it.

Downloads are free for now. This may change at any time, so be sure you download your FREE Quadratic Equation Solver today!

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You will need TI Connect (free download here). Then, you will need a USB to mini-USB to connect your calculator to your computer. If you have those, you should be good to go.

Other TI 84 Programs

For more programs that can help you in your math classes, check our other selections:

Algebra Equation Solver:

Area 2D: If you need to solve any two-dimensional area problem, this is your program. Even if you need help solving for a missing variably in an area equation, this program does it for you.

For example, if you need to solve for a missing side of a rectangle, given the area and the other side, this program does it for you.

Next, if you need help solving any first degree equation, you can check ALGSOLVE.

Lastly, if you need help with any sort of linear equation, click here. In case you need help solving linear equations from any form, you’re in good hands. Using linear equation, you can solve for any form of linear equation your instructor would ask. You can have input from two points, standard form, point-slope form, etc. Then you’ll have the slope, intercepts, all forms of the equation, perpendicular slope, etc.

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We hope to help you with your math soon!