Students can always use more practice with factoring!
This activity consists of twenty quadratic equations (ten for each partner). Students will factor the equations which are already set equal to zero. Most problems will require students to find the greatest common factor. The “a” values in ax2 + bx + c are not equal to one.
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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