This resources provides students an opportunity to practice solving quadratic equations by analyzing questions that have already been solved incorrectly. The quadratic equations have been solved by the use of factoring, the quadratic equation, the completing the square method, and by using radicals. After finding the error, the students must explain in words what happened. Then they must solve the problem correctly. Feel free to click on the preview to see the types of errors that students must analyze.
This resource would be great to have students do with partners, as a warm-up, a review before a quiz, as a station activity, an exit ticket, or for homework.
This product contains ten incorrectly solved problems.
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