Do your students need to practice solving equations by factoring?
IIn this activity students will factor twelve quadratic equations to find their solution(s). These equations must be set equal to zero before factoring. Some problems will require students to factor out the greatest common factor first. All “a” values in
ax2 + bx + c in this activity will equal one after factoring out the GCF.
This activity can be used for practice, as a review, as a math center, or as an assignment choice for differentiating lessons.
An answer key is included.
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