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quad toolkit

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Published by: Sara K. Rezvi on Feb 27, 2011
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Solving Quadratics with Factoring
This worksheet will help you understand the connection between the
standard form
,
 
factored form
,
and the
roots
of a quadratic equation.  Fill in the missing boxes!
Standard Form

ax
2
b
x
c
!
0
 Factored Form

a
(
x
)(
x
Q
)
 
oots
{
P, Q
}
 
C
ertified! 
 
 
x
2
5
x
6
!
0
       

x
2
6
x
7
!
0
      
 
x
2
7
x
1
2
!
0
        
 
(
x
2)(
x
5)
!
0
      

(
x
7
)(
x
7
)
!
0
      {
1,
8
}
    {-5
,
2
}
    {3
,
3
}
   
A
nalysis Questions
 1.
 
W
hat happens in the standard form equation for quadratics like

(
x
7
)(
x
7
)
!
0
,
wherethe roots are opposites of each other? Can you come up with a general formula that describes this phenomenon?  2.
 
W
hat happens to the factored form when you have a double root 
,
like in the last exerciseon this page? Can you come up with a general formula that describes this phenomenon?Name: ________________

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