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This is a power point presentation that introduces factoring quadratics with a lead coefficient of 1. This lesson extends into the zero product property. Extra examples are included for the students to attempt problems on their own. This lesson is a great stand alone lecture or can be used to suppl
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Now with TWO options! Both options include a spot for students to write in the Zero Product Property and starts with an equation already in factored form (two binomials) to show how the property works. • Option 1: This foldable organizes 6 examples for solving quadratics by factoring/ zero product
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Cornell Notes solving quadratics using the zero product property. The Cornell like notes includes a linear sample to introduce the word "zeros" as the x-intercept" which will also include the other vocabulary terms such as "roots" "x-intercept(s)" "solutions" . Students will keep this in their i
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This bundle includes two popular zero product property riddle worksheets. Students are to solve quadratic equations and find the answer to a riddle. The riddle allows students to check for accuracy.Worksheet #285 — All answers are integers and simple fractions. Equations are of the form:(x - 2)(2x
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This resource includes a flip book on solving quadratic equations using the zero product property. The first page of the booklet will identify the zero product property then walk students through the steps they need to follow to use the zero product property to solve a quadratic equation. The 2 addi
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Students will use the zero product property to solve quadratic equations and solve a riddle. The riddle allows students to check their answers for accuracy.All answers are integers and simple fractions. Equations are of the form:(x - 2)(2x + 6) = 0x(7x -5) = 0x² + x - 6 = 0A few equations require si
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Product Includes 10 questions that will assess the student's ability to factor a monomial completely, finding the greatest common factor, factoring by grouping, and solving simple, quadratic equations by using the zero product property.
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Students will use the zero product property to solve quadratic equations and solve a riddle. The riddle allows students to check their answers for accuracy.All answers are integers, simple fractions and terminating decimals. Equations are of the form:(x - 2)(2x + 6) = 0x(7x -5) = 0★★★  T  E  A  C  H
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When students are doing quadratics, it helps them to understand that the reason they learned to factor trinomials is to allow them to solve more complex equations, and the zero-product property is essentially the "bridge" between the two ideas. This worksheet gives them a great deal of practice fac
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Covers all types of solving factored quadratic equations, including "grouping".
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This guided notes resource can help your students strengthen their understanding on quadratic equations! Included you will find nineteen half pages (8.3 x 5.3) of notes. Students can use them as a quick reference as they study quadratics. Below you will find a list of notes included!Graphing Quadrat
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by Liz Clark of Imagine-ary Numbers Includes: Logic-style puzzle for Graphing Quadratic Functions One page summary of graphing tips for Quadratic Functions Planning page including CCSS Content and Mathematical Practices Standards Simple directions, an example, and a solution key Use this puzzle i
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Solving Quadratic Equations befuddling your students? Let Practice Guides help students develop fluency with solving those quadratics. Conducive to a mixture of methods, each practice guide has quadratic equations in vertex, intercept, and standard form. Also find quadratic equations that deviate
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Solving Quadratic Equations and the Zero Product Property This product will really help your students understand how to use the zero product property. Students will find the roots of equations when the equations are in factored form as well as when they are in standard form. Then students will find
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- Plotting points - Graphing equations by point plotting - Graphing equations using graphing calculator - Determine x and y intercepts - Interpreting line graphs - Finding domain and range of a relation - Determine if a relation is a function - Determine if equation if a function - Vertical line tes
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- Plotting points - Graphing equations by point plotting - Graphing equations using graphing calculator - Determine x and y intercepts - Interpreting line graphs - Finding domain and range of a relation - Determine if a relation is a function - Determine if equation if a function - Vertical line tes
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The file size of this resource is too large to host on TPT, The document you open will contain a link to these resources through DropBox... - Plotting points - Graphing equations by point plotting - Graphing equations using graphing calculator - Determine x and y intercepts - Interpreting l
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This is a 20 page study guide I use when introducing students to quadratic equations. It includes pages with worked out examples, graphic organizers for writing the steps, and lots of practice problems, grouped by how they are solved. This study guide focuses on putting equations into standard form
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- Quadratic Equations - Zero-product property - Solve by factoring - Solving quadratic equations using a graphing calculator - Solve quadratic equations using the square root property - Determine value to add to binomial expression to make it a perfect square trinomial - Solve a quadratic equation b
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- Quadratic Equations - Zero-product property - Solve by factoring
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- Quadratic Equations - Zero-product property - Solve by factoring
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