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MATHEMATICS II

Y

MODULE 2

Quadratic Equations

BUREAU OF SECONDARY EDUCATION

Department of Education

DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City

Module 2

Quadratic Equation s

What this module is about

This module is about quadratic equations. This is a continuation of the

previous module. In this module you will learn two more methods of solving

quadratic equations. You have to be proficient in the square root method of

solving quadratic equations in order to understand the two methods to be

discussed. As you go over the exercises, you will develop skills in solving

quadratic equations and eventually use these skills in solving problems.

This module is designed for you to:

1. Solve quadratic equations by completing the square.

2. Derive the quadratic formula.

3. Solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula.

A. Solve the following by completing the square:

1. x - 8x - 15 = 0

2. x - 2x - 7 = 0

3. x + 3x = 1

4. x +

2

x=0

3

5. 6t - 5t = t + 3t 1

B. Solve the following by the quadratic formula.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

x - x 12 = 0

x -4x = 0

3x + 2 = 0

3x - x = 1

x = 1 2x

Lesson 1

Completing the Square

Completing the square is a method used to make a quadratic expression a

perfect square trinomial. This method is used to solve quadratic equations which

cannot be solved by factoring.

The method of completing the square is based on the special product:

x2 + 2px + p2 = (x + p)2

x2 + 2px + p2 is a perfect square trinomial because it is the product of (x +

p) , the square of a binomial. In this trinomial, notice that if you take one-half the

coefficient of the x in the middle term and square it, you get the third term.

2

x2 + 2bx + b2

1

(2b)2 = (b)2 = b2

2

trinomial, you must take one-half of 12, square it and add it to x 2 + 12x.

If you follow the procedure, here is how it is done.

x2 + 12x

x2 + 12x + ________

1

(12)2 = (6)2 = 36

2

x2 + 12x + 36

Hence, x + 12x + 36 is now a perfect square trinomial which when

factored as (x + 6)(x + 6) can also be written as (x + 6) 2.

Lets look at some more examples:

Examples:

Complete the square of the following expressions:

a) x2 + 4x

b) x2 - 6x

c) x2 - 5x

d) 2x2 - 3x

a) x2 + 4x

Solution:

x2 + 4x + ______

1

(4)2

2

x2 + 4x +

Take

x2 + 4x + (2)2

1

of 4 or divide 4 by 2.

2

Square 2.

x2 + 4x + 4

Note that x2 + 4x + 4 = (x + 2)2

b) x2 - 6x

Solution:

x2 - 6x + ______

x2 - 6x +

1

(-6)2

2

1

of -6 is -3

2

x2 6x + (-3)2

Square -3

x2 - 6x + 9

Note that x - 6x + 9 = (x - 3)2

c) x2 - 5x

Solution:

x2 - 5x + _______

Note that

x2 - 5x +

1

(-5)2

2

1

5

of -5 is

2

2

x2 5x + (

5 2

)

2

Square

x2 - 5x +

25

4

x2 - 5x +

5

2

25

5 2

= (x )

4

2

You will notice that the leading coefficient in the first three examples is 1. So,

before proceeding to completing the square, transform the leading coefficient to

1. The leading coefficient of the next example is not equal to 1.

d) 2x2 - 3x

Solution:

leading coefficient 1.

2x2 - 3x

Note that x2

x2

3

x + _____

2

x2

3

1 3

x + (- )2

2

2 2

x2

3

3

x + - 2

2

4

x2

3

9

x+

2

4

1

3

3

of is 2

2

4

Square -

3

4

3

9

3 2

x+

= (x )

2

4

2

Find the third term to be added to make each expression a perfect square

trinomial. Write the result as a square of a binomial.

A.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

x2

x2

x2

x2

x2

+ 4x

+ 6x

- 10x

- 8x

+ 12x

B.

1. x2 + x

2. a2 3a

3. b2 - 13b

4. b +

5. c -

2

b

3

5

c

2

C.

1.

2.

3.

4.

2x2

3x2

3x2

4x2

+ 4x

- 6x

-x

- 3x

5.

5x2 + 2x

Lesson 2

Solution of Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square

You are now ready to solve equations by completing the square. In this

method, the left-hand side of a quadratic equation is solved by completing the

square so that it becomes a perfect square trinomial which can be written in the

form (x + p)2 = d.

Example 1: Solve by completing the square:

x2 + 8x 5 = 0

Solution: Note that the left member of the equation x 2 + 8x 5 = 0 is not a perfect

trinomial square. Separate -5 from the left member by adding +5 to

both sides of the equation.

x2 + 8x 5 = 0

You now have x + 8x on the left-hand side of the equation. Now, make

the left-hand side a perfect square trinomial. You can do this by adding the

square of one-half of the coefficient of x. So that,

x2 + 8x +

1

(8)2 .

2

1

of 8 is 4.

2

x2 + 8x + (4)2

Square 4.

Since you have done the first part in completing the square of the left

member of the equation, go back to the original equation.

Since (4)2 or 16 is added to the

left member, (4)2 or 16 must also

be added to the right member by

Addition Property of Equality.

x2 + 8x = 5

x2 + 8x + (4)2 = 5 + (4)2

x2 + 8x + 16 = 5 + 16

(x + 4)2 = 21

method may then be used. Thus,

(x+4)2 = 21

x+4 = 21

x = -4 21

Subtracting

on

both

sides

x = -4 + 21 or x = -4 - 21

The solutions are -4 + 21 and -4 - 21 .

Check::

If x = -4 +

21

x + 8x 5 = 0

0 = x + 8x - 5

= (-4 +

21 ) + 8(-4 +

21 ) 5

= 16 - 8 21 + ( 21 ) - 32 + 8 21 5

= 16 + 21 32 5

= 37 37

=0

If x = -4 -

21

x + 8x 5 = 0

0 = x + 8x - 5

= (-4 -

21 ) + 8(-4 -

21 ) 5

= 16 + 8 21 + ( 21 ) - 32 - 8 21 5

= 16 + 21 32 5

= 37 37

=0

The solutions check.

Example 2: Solve by completing the square.

4x2 + 4x - 3 = 0

Solution: Notice that the coefficient of x is not 1. You need to make the

coefficient of x equal to 1 first before you attempt to use

completing the square. Follow the steps on the right.

4x2 + 4x - 3 = 0

x2 + x -

3

4

=0

x2 + x =

x2 + x +

3

4

Add

1

1

3

(1)2 =

+ (1)2

4

2

2

x2 +x +

Add

3

to both sides

4

1

(1)2 to both sides

2

3

1

1

=

+

4

4

4

(x +

1 2

) =1

2

x +

1

=

2

x+

1

=1

2

Factor

Use square root method

x = -

1

1

2

x = -

1

+1

2

x = -

1

-1

2

x =

1

2

x = -

3

2

4x2 + 4x - 3 = 0

(2x 1)(2x + 3) = 0

2x 1 = 0

2x = 1

1

x=

2

or

2x + 3 = 0

2x = -3

3

x=2

Check:

If x =

1

2

4x2 + 4x - 3 = 0

4(

1

1

) + 4( ) 3 = 0

2

2

4(

1

4

)+

3=0

2

4

1+23=0

33=0

0=0

If x = -

3

2

4x2 + 4x - 3 = 0

4(-

3

3

) + 4(- ) 3 = 0

2

2

4(

9

12

)

3=0

4

2

963=0

33=0

Both solutions check.

Example 3:

Solve by completing the square:

2x2 - 5x 3 = 0

Solution:

x equal to 1. Divide both sides of the equation by 2 to make

the coefficient of x equal to 1. Then proceed as follows:

2x2 - 5x 3 = 0

x2

5

3

x

=0

2

2

x2

x2

5

3

x =

2

2

5

1 5

3

1 5

x + (- )2 =

+ (- )2 Add 1 (- 5 )2 to both sides

2

2 2

2

2 2

2 2

x2

5

5

3

5

x + - 2 =

+ - 2

2

4

2

4

x2

5

25

3

25

x+

=

+

2

16

2

16

(x

5 2

24

) =

4

16

Simplify

Factor the left-hand side & get the

LCD of the right-hand side of the

equation.

25

16

5 2

49

) =

4

16

(x

5 2

) =

4

(x

x

5

4

x =

x=

49

16

7

4

Add

5

7

4

4

5

7

+

4

4

x =

Solve for x

and

x =

12

4

5

7

4

4

x=-

x=3

x=-

5

to both sides.

2

2

4

1

2

1

.

2

2x - 5x 3 = 0

( 2x + 1 )( x 3 ) = 0

2x + 1 = 0

or

x3=0

2x = -1

x=-

x=3

1

2

Check:

If x = -

1

2

2x - 5x 3 = 0

2(-

1

1

) - 5(- ) 3 = 0

2

2

2(

1

5

)+

3 = 0

4

2

1

5

6

+

=0

2

2

2

6

6

=0

2

2

0=0

10

If x = 3

2x - 5x 3 = 0

2(3) - 5(3) 3 = 0

2(9) + 15 3 = 0

18 + 15 3 = 0

33=0

0=0

Example 4:

Use completing the square to solve equation:

-x -2x + 3 = 0

Solution:

means that you just cannot apply completing the square right

away. You need to make the coefficient of x equal to 1. To do

this, multiply both sides of the equation by 1. Thus,

-1(-x - 2x + 3) = 0(-1)

x + 2x 3 = 0

x + 2x +

1

1

(2)2 = 3 + (2)2

2

2

x + 2x + 1 = 3 + 1

(x + 1) = 4

x+1= 4

x = -1 2

x = -1 + 2

or

x=1

Solve for x

x = -1 2

or

x = -3

Note that the equation can be solved by factoring.

-x -2x + 3 = 0

-(x + 2x 3) = 0

x + 2x 3 = 0

(x + 3)(x 1) = 0

x+3=0

or

11

x1=0

x = -3

Check::

If x = -3

or

x=1

-x -2x + 3 = 0

-(-3) - 2(-3) + 3 = 0

-(9) + 6 +3 = 0

-9 + 9 = 0

0=0

If x = 1

-x -2x + 3 = 0

-(1) - 2(1) + 3 = 0

-1 2 +3 = 0

-3 + 3 = 0

0=0

Example 5:

Use completing the square to solve equation:

-2x2 - 4x +2 = 0.

Solution: This equation cannot be solved by factoring.

-2x2 -4x +2 = 0

x2 +2x -1 = 0

x2 + 2x

x2 + 2x+

=0

Add

1

1

(2)2 = 1 + (2)2

2

2

1

(2)2 to both sides to

2

x + 2x +1 = 1+ 1

(x + 1 )2 = 2

x + 1=

x = -1

x = -1+ 2

2

method

Solve for x

and

x = -1 -

12

Check:

If x = -1+ 2

-2x2 - 4x + 2 = 0

-2(-1+ 2 ) - 4(-1+ 2 ) + 2 = 0

-21 - 2 2 + ( 2 ) + 4 - 4 2 + 2 = 0

-2 + 4 2 - 2(2) + 4 - 4 2 + 2 = 0

-2 - 4 + 4 + 2 = 0

-6 + 6 = 0

0=0

If x = -1 -

-2(-1 -

-2x2 - 4x + 2 = 0

2 ) - 4(-1 -

2)+2=0

-21 + 2 2 + ( 2 ) + 4 + 4 2 + 2 = 0

-2 - 4 2 - 2(2) + 4 + 4 2 + 2 = 0

-2 4 + 4 + 2 = 0

-6 + 6 = 0

0=0

Both solutions check.

From the preceding examples, you must be able to identify the steps in

solving quadratic equations by completing the square method.

To solve an equation by completing the square, follow these steps:

1. Make sure that coefficient of x2 is 1. If it is not, make it 1 by dividing both

sides of the equation by the coefficient of x2.

2. Isolate the constant (numerical term) by transposing it on the right-hand

side of the equation.

3. Complete the square:

a) Identify the coefficient of x.

b) Take half the coefficient of x.

c) Square half the coefficient of x

d) Add the numbers in c to both sides of the equation

4. Factor the left side and simplify the right sides of the equation.

5. Solve the resulting equation by square root method.

6. Check the solution.

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Solve the following by completing the square.

For Nos. 1 15, see Example 1

1. x2 + 8x + 6 = 0

2. x2 4x 3 = 0

3. x2 10x = 15

4. u2 5u 2 = 0

5. x2 6x = 19

6. a2 4a 5 = 0

7. x2 + 10x + 20 = 0

8. x -2x 5 = 0

9. a - 8a 20 = 0

10. z + 5 = 7z

11. x + 8x 9 = 0

12. x + 6x 7 = 0

13. x + 6x + 8 = 0

14. x + 5x 6 = 0

15. x = 4x + 3

For Nos. 16 20, see Examples 2 and 3

16. 2x2 = a 4x

17. 3x2 = 12 6x

18. 3x = 2 5x

19. 2x = 5x + 3

20. 4x = 2 7x

For Nos. 21 25, see Examples 4 and 5

21. x - 12x = 6

22. -2z + 12z 4 = 0

23. 2x(x + 3) = 8

24. x(x + 3) -1/2 = -2

25. 20x - 11x 3 = 0

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Lesson 3

The Quadratic Formula

In this lesson, you will see how completing the square will be used to

derive the Quadratic Formula. This method works easily in solving any quadratic

equation.

To do this, let us begin with solving a Quadratic Equation of the form ax 2 +

bx + c = 0 by completing the square.

Example 1

Solution:

2x2 + 7x + 4 = 0

7

x+2=0

2

x2 +

eqn by 2

x2 +

7

x =-2

2

1

7

Add

the square of

of

.

7

1

7

1

7

2

2

x2 + x + ( )2 = -2 + ( )2

2

2 2

2 2

x2 +

7

49

49

x+

= -2 +

2

16

16

7 2

32

49

(x +

) = +

4

16

16

(x +

simplify the right hand side by

finding the LCD, which is 16.

7 2

17

) =

4

16

x+

7

4

x+

7

=

4

x=-

17

16

17

4

Solve for x.

17

4

15

7 17

4

x=

and

x=

7 17

4

Now, study the following derivation of the quadratic formula by the method

of completing the square. The steps is just like what has been done in Example 1

so that you can see that the process is the same. The only difference is that you

will be working with letters instead of numbers.

ax2 +bx + c = 0

x2 +

b

c

x+

=0

a

a

x2 +

x2 +

b

c

x =a

a

Subtract

b

1 b

c

1 b

x + ( )2 = + ( )2

a

2 a

a

2 a

b

b2

x2 +

x+

a

4a 2

c

b2

= +

a

4a 2

b 2 4ac

4a 2

b

=

2a

b 2 4ac

2a

x+

x=-

or

x=

2a

square root method

(5)

Solve for x.

b 2 4ac

2a

b b 2 4ac

2a

The Quadratic Formula:

x=

b

1

of

.

2

a

simplify the right-hand side

by finding to LCD which is

4a.

b 2

4ac b 2

(x +

) =

2a

4a 2

b

x+

=

2a

c

from both sides.

a

b b 2 4ac

2a

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The quadratic formula tells you that if you have a quadratic equation in standard

form ax2 + bx + c =0, then all you have to do is substitute the values of a, b and c

into the formula to get the solutions.

Example 2

Solve by using the quadratic formula

x2 - 3x - 5 =0

Solution:

formula you must first identify a, b, and c.

a=1

b = -3

c = -5

b b 2 4ac

2a

x=

( 3) (3) 2 4(1)(5)

2(1)

3 9 20

2

=

The solution are

29

2

29

2

and

29

2

Check:

If x =

29

x2 - 3x - 5 = 0

29

2

) - 3(

29

2

)-5=0

9 3 29

9 6 29 ( 29) 2

5=0

4

2

17

2(9 3 29)

9 6 29 ( 29) 2

5=0

4

4

9 6 29 29 18 6 29

-5=0

4

20

-5=0

4

5-5=0

0=0

If x =

29

x2 - 3x - 5 = 0

29

2

) - 3(

29

2

)-5=0

9 3 29

9 6 29 ( 29) 2

5=0

4

2

2(9 3 29)

9 6 29 ( 29) 2

5=0

4

4

9 6 29 29 18 6 29

-5=0

4

20

-5=0

4

5-5=0

0=0

You may find that checking is a little bit tedious but its fun doing since you

get to apply your skills in simple arithmetic.

Notice that the quadratic formula is a lot easier to use than completing the

square. This is because the formula contains all the steps necessary if you were

using completing the square.

Here are some things to watch out when using the Quadratic Formula:

1. If b is positive, then the b that appear in the formula will be

negative. If b is negative, then the value of b in the formula will be

positive.

2. The quantity 2a in the formula is the denominator of the entire

expression -b b 2 4ac .

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Example 3:

Solve by using the quadratic formula

3x2 3x =5

Solution:

3x2 +11x = 4

3x2 + 11x - 4 = 0

a=3

x=

b = 11

c = -4

b b 2 4ac

2a

Then we have,

x =

11

(11) 4(3)(4)

2(3)

11 121 ( 48)

6

11 169

6

x =

11 13

6

x=

11 13

and

6

x=

2

1

=

6

3

The solution is

x=

11 13

6

24

= -4

6

1

and -4.

3

Example 4

Solve by the quadratic formula:

19

3 2t = t2

Solution: Arrange the equation in standard form and identify a, b, and c.

t2 + 2t - 3 = 0

a=1

b=2

c = -3

t=

t=

b b 2 4ac

2a

( 2)

t=

=

t=

t=

=

24

2

( 2) 2 4(1)( 3)

2(1)

4 12

2

2 16

2

24

2

and

2

2

t=

=

t=1

24

2

6

2

t = -3

This equation can be solved by factoring. Try solving and check..

Example 5

Solve for x :

2x2 5x + 7 = x(2x - 3)

Solution: Be careful! This does not mean that just because there is an x 2

in the equation that the equation 2x2 5x + 7 = x(2x - 3) must

be a quadratic equation.

Putting the equation in standard form, then

20

2x2 5x + 7 = x(2x- 3)

2x2 5x + 7 = 2x2 - 3x

- 2x2 + 3x

-2x2 + 3x

-2x + 7 = 0

-2x = -7

x =

by addition

7

2

As you can see, its not a quadratic equation at all. Example 5 clearly

shows, the method of solving an equation depends on the type of equation you

are dealing with. Look carefully at the equation before deciding the method to

apply.

Example 6

Solve by the quadratic formula:

x2 + 3x+ 4 =0

Solution:

a=1

x=

x=

=

x=

b=3

c=4

b b 2 4ac

2a

3

(3) 2 4(1)(4)

2(1)

9 16

2

3 7

2

As soon as you see that the answer involves the square root of a negative

number, you can stop and say that the equation has no real solution.

A. Write each equation in standard form, if necessary. Then, determine the

values of a, b and c. Do not solve the equation.

21

1. x + 4x + 3 = 0

2. x - x 4 = 0

3. 3x - 2x + 7 =0

4. 4x + 7x 3 = 0

5. 4y = 2y 1

6. 2x = 3x + 4

7. x(3x 5) = 2

8. y(5y + 10) = 8

Solve the equations using the Quadratic Formula.

B.

1. x2 + 3x - 5 =0

2. x2 + 5x - 2 =0

3. y2 + 4y - 6 =0

4. y2 + 2y - 5 =0

5. u2 2u + 3 =0

6. u2 - 3u + 3 =0

7. t2 - 7t = 6

8. t2 + 6 = 6t

C.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

5x2 - x = 2

7x2 - 3 = x

3x2 + 5x + 2 =0

2x2 - 3x - 1 =0

t2 - 3t + 4 = 2t2 + 4t - 3

(5w + 2) (w - 1) = 3w + 1

(x + 2)2 = x(x + 4)

x - 3x 1 = 0

x=

x=

=

b b 2 4ac

2a

3

94

2

3

2

Lets Summarize

1. Most types of quadratic equations can be solved by completing the square.

2. In completing the square, it is important to remember that

22

by the coefficient of x2.

b. the term to be added is the square of one-half the coefficient of x in the

equation.

3. The quadratic formula is

x=

b b 2 4ac

2a

A. Solve by completing the square:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

x - 4x 2 = 0

x - 2x 4 = 0

x + 2x = 0

6(x - 1) = 5x

(x + 2)2 4x = 8

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

x + 6x + 9 = 0

x -4x = 0

x - 7 = 0

x + 8x + 12 = 0

2x + x = 5

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Answer Key

How much do you know

A.

B.

1.

31

2.

3.

3 13

2

4.

0, -

5.

4 11

5

1.

4, -3

2.

0, 4

3.

no real solution

2

3

4.

or 1 2 2

13

6

5.

-1

Lesson 1

A. 1. 4, (x + 2)2

2. 9, (x + 3)2

3. 25, (x - 5)2

4. 16, (x - 4)2

5. 36, (x + 6)2

B. 1.

1

1 2

, (x +

)

2

4

2.

9

3 2

, (a )

4

2

3.

169

13 2

, (b )

4

2

24

4.

1

1 2

, (b +

)

9

3

5.

25

5 2

, (c )

16

4

C. 1. 1, (x + 1)2

2. 1, (x - 1)2

3.

1

1 2

, (x )

36

6

4.

9

3 2

, (x )

64

8

5.

1

5

1 2

)

25

, (x -

Lesson 2

B. 1. 4

10

2. 2

3. 5

40

33

4.

or 5 2

10

5. 3

28

or 3 2

6. 5, -1

7. -5

8. 1

9. 10, -2

10.

29

2

11. -9, 1

12. -7, 1

13. -2, -4

14. 1, -6

15. 2

16. -1

17. -1 /5

25

18. -2,

1

3

19. 3, -

1

2

20. -2,

1

4

21. -6

30

22. 3

23. -4, 1

24.

3

2

25. , 1/5

Lesson 3

A.

1.

SF

a=1

b=4

c=3

2.

SF

a=1

b = -1

c = -4

3.

SF

a=3

b = -2

c=7

4.

SF

a=4

b=7

c = -3

5.

a=4

b = -2

c=1

6.

3x2-2x +4 =0

a=3

b = -2

c=4

7.

3x2 -5x -2 = 0

a=3

b = -5

c = -2

8.

5y2 + 18y- 8 =0

a=5

b = 10

c = -8

B.

1.

3 29

2

2.

5 33

2

3.

4. -1

10

6

5. no real solution

6. no real solution

7.

73

2

26

8. 3

C.

1.

1 41

10

2.

1 85

14

3. no real solution

4.

3 17

4

5.

7 77

2

6.

6 96

3 2 6

or

10

5

7. no real solution

D. The solution should be:

x - 3x 1 = 0

x=

b b 2 4ac

2a

x=

3 9 4

2

3 13

2

A.

1. 2

2. 1

3. -2, 0

4.

3

2

,2

3

5. 2

B.

1. -3

27

2. 4, 0

3.

4. -2, -6

5.

1 41

4

28

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