This is a one-sided coloring page designed to provide practice calculating and using the discriminant.
The first 6 questions ask the student to calculate the discriminant. They find their answer in the tessellation design and color it. Questions 7 through 10, ask the student to calculate the discriminant and then use that answer to decide how many real solutions the quadratic equation will have. They choose from "two real solutions, one real solution or no real solutions" and then use that answer to color in the tessellation design.
Coloring is engaging and makes the work more fun. 10 questions total. Key included. If you're going to color, you might as well make it math!
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