Factoring Quadratics Digital Math Escape Room

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8th - 9th
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Description

An engaging digital escape room for factoring quadratic trinomials. Students must unlock 5 locks by factoring 20 quadratics with and without GCFs. Trinomials are presented as areas of rectangles. For 12 of the questions, students are asked to find one missing polynomial side length. For the other 8 questions, students are asked to find both side lengths. Questions are grouped 4 per puzzle, resulting in five 4-letter codes that will unlock all 5 locks.

The entire activity is housed in one GOOGLE Form. There are no links to outside websites. The 4-letter codes are set with answer validation so that students cannot move to the next puzzle until they enter the correct code. This is a digital-only activity. Includes answer key.

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7 pages
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Choose and produce an equivalent form of an expression to reveal and explain properties of the quantity represented by the expression.
Use the structure of an expression to identify ways to rewrite it. For example, see 𝘹⁴ – 𝘺⁴ as (𝘹²)² – (𝘺²)², thus recognizing it as a difference of squares that can be factored as (𝘹² – 𝘺²)(𝘹² + 𝘺²).

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