Help students learn how to solve quadratic equations by graphing. Students find the vertex of a quadratic and use the vertex to set up a table of values. After graphing the coordinates, students identify the x-intercept(s), if any, of the quadratics.
Examples include quadratics with two solutions, one solution, and no real solution.
Blank student copy, instructions, and completed teacher copy are included.
Teacher/Instructor notes can be printed in color or black/white.
Print on colored paper for an added variety.
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for more information on the basics of graphing quadratics.