# Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring Fun Activity

7th - 12th
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8 pages

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A class favorite! Students solve quadratic equations by factoring, then use their answers to find the missing words in an entertaining limerick. A fun, self-checking activity! Students love filling in the missing words to this humorous little poem as they work. The questions increase in difficulty. They include quadratic equations that are already factored, equations that need to be set equal to zero before factoring, and equations with larger leading coefficients.

Includes TWO formats: one to use as an individual activity and one that can be cut up to use with small groups or at stations.

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