# Quadratics - Identifying Solutions from a Graph Activity

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Great as a quick warm-up/reinforcing activity. All have a graph with 4 answer options. All solutions are integers.

I cut all the sheets in half. There are 24 problems included. Answers could be in different forms even within the same problem but there is only one correct answer.
x = {2,4}
2 and 4
(2,0) (4,0)

ACTIVITY DIRECTIONS:
Upon entering class, students will receive one problem.

I first reminded them how the question could be asked – The example problem asks for solutions so I ask them what that is? How it could ask for roots, solutions, zeroes or x-intercepts.

I discussed the difference between how the answers could be written.
As an answer set x = {2,3,4} means 2 and 3 and 4
Which can also be written as coordinate points (2,0) (3,0) (4,0)

I went over the first one with them as well as why the wrong answers are wrong.

I then had the kids answer their question and initial or write their name on it then have a neighbor/classmate check it and initial or write their name. I then had them tape them up.

I cut up a different set for each class on different color paper.

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