This is a double-sided worksheet providing practice with solving quadratics by using the quadratic formula. The front contains 8 questions and would be considered for beginners as all the radicals simplify and all answers are either whole numbers or fractions. The student is also asked to identify a, b and c before plugging into the quadratic formula. Not all equations are set equal to zero and will have to be rearranged correctly before finding a, b and c.
The back contains four more examples that aren't as nice. I assign this page after I have taught how to simplify a radical. The first question works out nicely. Questions 2 and 3 need simplification of the radical and after the radical is simplified. The 4th question has no real solutions as the discriminant is negative. Key included.
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