The worksheets cover how to solve quadratic functions by graphing, using square roots, factoring, the quadratic formula, and completing the square. These can be used as notes and practice, or just as practice. If all pages are printed off at once, they can be turned into a book that the students can use for notes and keep to study from. The second sheet in the book can be used as a "cheat sheet" that students create to remember each of the methods. When using this in my classroom, I created simple books by stapling the pages together, but allowed the students to use markers or colored pencils to take their notes. They really enjoyed note-taking and stayed more engaged in class.