"Quadratics come in all kinds of forms! Standard, vertex, factored, graphed, they’re all beautiful in their own way, but they get lonely all alone. Every quadratic wants to find their other forms.
It is your job as a “Matchmatecian” (mathematician matchmaker) to find a quadratics better 3⁄4 ths (it’s other forms), so that all four forms can live together happily ever after!"
Students are given 8 quadratics, (2 in standard form, 2 in vertex, 2 in factored, and 2 graphed). Each "chapter" they need to find the other three forms of the quadratic.
All real, rational roots.
It's also designed that there are 3 of each type of quadratic and each book from a single printing has 2, so neighbors will have some shared problems but not completely the same set, so it is harder to copy other's work.