 # FactoringComplete the Square Quadratic Formula GraphingRoots \$ 100 \$ 200 \$ 300 \$ 400 End.

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FactoringComplete the Square Quadratic Formula GraphingRoots \$ 100 \$ 200 \$ 300 \$ 400 End

Factoring \$100 Factor (x + 6)(x - 1) Home

Factoring \$200 Factor: (x – 3)(3x – 4) Home

Factoring \$300 Solve by factoring: (x – 7)(x + 4) = 0 x = 7 x = -4 Home

Factoring \$400 Solve by factoring: (x – 2)(5x + 6) = 0 x = 2 x = -6/5 Home

Complete the Square \$100 What does k need to be to Complete the Square? k = 25 Home

Complete the Square \$200 Home What needs to be added to both sides of the equation to Complete the Square? Add “1” to both sides.

Complete the Square \$300 What needs to be added to both sides of the equation to Complete the Square? Add 25/4 to both sides. Home

Complete the Square \$400 Solve for by Completing the Square: Home

Quadratic Formula \$200 Identify a, b & c: a = 3 b = -4 c = -2 Home

Quadratic Formula \$300 Solve using the Quadratic Formula: Home x = 2 x = -17

Quadratic Formula \$400 What is the next step in proving the Quadratic Formula by Completing the Square? (What needs to be added to both sides of the equation to “complete the square”?) Home

Graphing \$100 Where does the graph of the equation cross the y-axis? y-intercept: (o, 5) Home

Graphing \$200 What is/are the x-intercept(s) of the graph of x-intercepts: (5,0) and (-2,0) Home

Graphing \$300 For what value(s) of x does y = 0? x-intercepts: (0, 0) and (3, 0 ) Home

Graphing \$400 Write a possible equation for the given graph. y = (x +1)(x -2) or y = x^2 – x - 2 Home

Roots \$100 Give two more names for the roots of a quadratic equation? Home x-intercepts Zeros Solutions

Roots \$200 Find the root(s) of Home x = -14 x = -2

Roots \$300 Find the zero(s) of Home

Roots \$400 Determine the solution for Home No Real Solution (Discriminant is Negative)

Home Mrs. Brown wants to jump off a cliff 20 feet above the water. The distance d above the water t seconds after she jumps is represented by the equation. How long will it take Mrs. Brown to hit the water? Round your answer to the nearest tenth. 0.92 Seconds

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