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Simple notes provide review reference of factoring & whole class practice of solving quadratic equations. Use the warm-up to review finding pairs of numbers which will be used for binomial factors of quadratic trinomials. Stations are A LOT of practice problems. Use during one day for student

Help students practice solving quadratic equations by factoring the GCF with these fun quadratic matching cards. Set includes 30 question cards with answer matches. Problems include solving by factoring the GCF.
Download includes teacher tips, matching cards, student recording sheet and answer ke

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

You will receive two versions – factoring expressions and solving quadratics by factoring. The reason – factoring leads to solving but solving and factoring may be taught or emphasized at different parts of Algebra courses. The solving version has the exact same equations with the exact same answe

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This is a matching activity covering Solving Quadratics by Factoring. Factoring methods covered include difference of two squares, trinomials (a = 1), and greatest common factor. The activity comes in two sets that can be used separately or together. All equations that need to be solved look similar

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Also included in: Solving Quadratic Equations Unit Bundle (A7B, A8A)

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This worksheet includes 13 quadratic equations that students must solve using factoring. The students are given two answer choices and must determine which one is correct and place it in the box at the bottom. When finished the students will have found the answer to the riddle, "How can you guaran

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Students work in teams to solve quadratic equations by factoring and completing the square. The game is short, quick, and a fun way to review. The teacher presents teams with a problem to solve. Students solve and then race to pick up the matching answer card. There are enough answer cards for a

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This is a foldable with 6 questions on solving quadratic equations by factoring.
Each flap has one question.
Types of methods included are:
-factoring and solving a trinomial a=1
-factoring and solving a trinomial a>1
-factoring and solving a trinomial completely
-factoring and solving the dif

Solving Quadratics has never been this much fun! This Algebra 1 I Can Math Game focuses on solving quadratic equations, and provides students with practice in the form of multiple choice or short answer questions. QR codes (optional) make this game even more interactive as students get immediate fe

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This 8- question miniature puzzle, provides students with practice solving quadratic equations by factoring. The problems are organized as follows:
• Questions 1- 2: Binomials/ Greatest Common Factor
• Questions 3- 4: Trinomials (a = 1)
• Questions 5- 8: Trinomials (a > 1)
Works great as a cla

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OBJECTIVE: Students will solve quadratic equations having real solutions by factoring.
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TEKS A.8(A)
CCSS HSA.REI.B.4.B
My Differentiated Practice Series offers 10 practice problems in each set to reinforce a specific Algebra skill. Includes two versions for easy-to-implement differenti

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This download includes an investigation activity and a few practice exercises for solving quadratics by factoring. Note: students should already know how to factor a quadratic when a=1.
The goal of this investigation activity is for students to observe that a quadratic equation will have two solutio

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Students work to solve quadratic equations by factoring. This is a variation on a traditional matching activity. The problem pages are posted around the room, and students circulate the room answering the problems and matching their answers.
Students should have a good understanding of how to sol

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You will receive two versions – factoring expressions and solving quadratics by factoring. The reason – factoring leads to solving but solving and factoring may be taught or emphasized at different parts of Algebra courses. The solving version has the exact same equations with the exact same answe

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This product is used to help students practice solving quadratic equations by factoring. The three methods that are covered in this resource are factoring when the leading coefficient is 1, not 1, and GCF. It can be used in a variety of ways. I like to copy them to the same page so that each student

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These 36 unique task cards assess student understanding of how to solve quadratics that are in factored form. Multiple different types of equations are represented and the answer key in included. Use these as a formative assessment, warm-up, exit ticket or mini-quiz.

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Students will be very engaged as they solve 18 quadratic equations involving a mix of factoring, square roots, and completing the square. The answer to the first problem sends them to another and so on. Students get to cut out the problems and chain them together. If you are able to run them off

The student should choose 3 activities to complete to create a tic-tac-toe. They can pick between creating a foldable, making a poster, review problems, solving quadratics or creating a quiz. Great for differentiated instruction.

This is a fun activity used to review the 5 types of solving quadratics. The equations to be solved are not difficult, but it can be challenging to choose a method to solve them. That is what this activity is about.
There are 10 quadratic equations to be solved. Some are set equal to zero; some ar

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Also included in: Solving Quadratic Equations Unit Bundle (A7B, A8A)

This bundle includes four activities to practice solving quadratic equations at a discounted price. Please click the links above to see the description of each product for a good look at the whole package!
Sold separately, these items total $12. Save money and have fun with these classroom activit

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This lesson helps students understand Solve Quadratics by Factoring.
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1. Students will complete the Bellringer.
2. Students will work in groups of 2 on the activity.
3. The Presentation will be used to engage the activity, look for misconceptions and encourage discussion.
4. Students

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Students should know how to factor by GCF, trinomials when the coefficient of the quadratic term is 1, trinomials when the coefficient of the quadratic term is not 1, difference of squares and perfect square trinomials. Students also should be able to factor a GCF out of a trinomial before factoring

This is a review activity that can be done different ways. Students can either cut out and paste on another sheet of paper or you can have a class set ready to go for students to match up. They will need to solve a quadratic by factoring and then match it is up with the solutions and the graph.
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This activity allows students to move around the room and work with 6 different people to complete 6 different solving quadratics by factoring questions with varying difficulty levels.
- Each student is only allowed to work with an single partner once
- Students will write the partners name that th

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