Mathematics is the easiest subject to learn with practice. Different mathematicians in the history came and designed different techniques to solve polynomials. The general form of the equation of degree "2" is, "ax^2+bx+c=0" with the condition that "a" cannot be equal to zero. This equation is also called quadratic equation because of its degree, which is equal to "2". In this article, we will discuss three methods to solve the polynomials of degree "2". These methods include completing square method, factorization and quadratic formula. The easiest of the three methods is using quadratic formula.

The first method of solving polynomials of degree "2" is "completing square method". Before proceeding towards the solution, you should make sure that the leading coefficient of the equation is "1". If it is not "1", then you should divide each term of the equation with the leading coefficient.

The first method of solving polynomials of degree "2" is "completing square method". Before proceeding towards the solution, you should make sure that the leading coefficient of the equation is "1". If it is not "1", then you should divide each term of the equation with the leading coefficient.