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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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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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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) = 0   x(7x -5) = 0   x² + x - 6 = 0 A few equati
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This is a fun game I created to get the students moving and link kinesthetic activity to solving problems for the Zero Product Property. Student throw a koosh ball at the SmartBoard to select the problem for the class to solve and throw it again to check answers or navigate to the main screen. Zer
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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) = 0   x(7x -5) = 0 ★★★  T
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ExamView question bank containing 42 questions. Features: *Every question is dynamic which means the program can change the values in each problem with a click of a button. This feature will allow you to create numerous versions of worksheets and tests. *Easily duplicate any question to provide
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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 is a guided, color-coded notebook page for the interactive math notebook introducing polynomials. Includes notes on solving equations with polynomials, Zero Product Property, solutions and roots. Blackline master and color-coded answer key included. ** My Interactive Note Pages include all
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THE ZERO PRODUCTS PROPERTY: If the product of two quantities equals zero, then at least one of the quantities equals zero. In other words, If a.b=0, then a=0 or b=0 We have given several examples in this document to show how this principle(rule or property) is used to solve equations.
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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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This is a scavenger hunt where students work in small groups to solve problems and then walk to find the answers posted in your classroom. Ten problems total which cover factoring trinomials by AC method, factoring by GCF, factoring by grouping, and the zero product property. This will take the st
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Students practice factoring 10 quadratic functions and using the Zero Product Property to solve for the x-intercepts. The looping format of this scavenger hunt allows for instant feedback to students as they look for the next station in the loop. Quadratic expressions include a=1, a prime, a composi
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Includes trinomials with A=1 and A≠1, greatest common factors, perfect square trinomials, and differences of two squares.
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Foldable for Interactive Student Notebook or use as a worksheet. My students loved having the step by step process on the page and then working to find the values for x that solve the problem. This ISN page comes with steps to solve and 6 example problems. Copy pages back to back in order to make a
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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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All problems are already factored or can be factored using GCF.
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This video lesson is perfect for sub plans, class activities, math centers, remedial help, or flipping your class. This lesson will teach your students how to use the zero product property to solve polynomial equations. In particular, your students will be able to...Explain the zero product property
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Scaffolded Notes for Zero Product Property - PDF
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Middle School Math Word Wall ~ ABCs of Middle School Math The ABC's of Middle School Math is a fun and colorful set of math alphabet vocabulary cards that 6th, 7th, and 8th grade teachers can use to decorate their bulletin boards and classrooms! UPDATED 8/5/2018: Now includes a black and white
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Properties of Multiplication and Division: Identity, Zero, and One Property of Division Moving right along in our Multiplication and Division Unit, we're happy to bring you another carefully-crafted handout. This time we break down how to use the identity, zero, and one properties of division, and
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This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Properties of Exponents This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Simplify Exponents" using the "Zero Exponent Property". The base is an algebraic expression. There are 15 questions provided. From start to end, the student will be able to answer
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Third Grade Division 3 teaches through discovery the zero and one property of division. There is a title slide, focus slide, objective, essential question, vocabulary, conceptual models, step-by-step demo, guided practice, checking for understanding, problem solving steps with word problem, and end
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