This is a foldable to help students organize the information learned from the discriminant. It is a great addition to an interactive notebook or just as a stand alone foldable in your student's notes.
The center of the foldable explains the purpose of the discriminant. The three flaps represent the three possible cases: zero, positive, and negative. Under each flap there is an example.
There are a few ways this can be copied in order to fit in your classroom. The inside and outside of the foldable is given in three different ways, to allow for differentiation: completely filled-in, fill-in-the-blank, and mostly blank.
Sample pictures and detailed folding instructions are included. Photos of a filled-in foldable are included.
This is also part of my Algebra Foldable Bundle.
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