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## Quadratic formula in SQL

Can you use sql to solve the quadratic formula (almighty formula)?
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Tnx kenj, pls can I know how to
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Surely, knowing how to do it in algebra is the hard part. If you can do that, it should be fairly easy to set up variables for the um variables, and some statements that use the mathematical operators to solve for those variables.
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I am a beginner at sql, would it be possible to get the code that will run on an environment (probably on toad)
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We can help you develop the code that will run in an environment. How new to SQL are you? Do you know what a variable is? Can you declare one? set a variable's value? Use the "=", "/", "+" and "-" operators? What have you tried so far?
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If you posted a sample equation and described what you're trying to solve then you might get better answers.

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