courtesy of Samuel Winter via flickr CC-BY-NC-SA License

How would you graph?

Would you factor? Would you complete the square? Quadratic Formula? Are those my only options? 566 more words

courtesy of Samuel Winter via flickr CC-BY-NC-SA License

How would you graph?

Would you factor? Would you complete the square? Quadratic Formula? Are those my only options? 566 more words

I was in one of my colleagues lessons this week.and he was teaching the class to expand quadratic brackets. As the lesson went on he noticed that a number of pupils had been writing the X squared term, then the constant term then the X term so he pulled the class together to tell them that conventionally we write quadratic equations in decending powers of x. 156 more words

Some time ago I decided that I wanted to write a graphic novel. It would be a mixture of mathematics and insane situations with a dash of emotional drama. 328 more words

This note is about finding the set of factors in a quadratic function defined as

**1.**

The factors in is found by using a method of summing the factors in 12 to get 7. 254 more words

Solving for x in an equation where the unknown variable is in indices can be a bit tricky. They may be solved by equalizing the base on both sides of the equation and then deriving quadratic equation out of the indices. 11 more words

**Q: The length of a rectangle is 4 cm longer than the width. If the rectangle’s area is 45 cm², what is the width?**

Answer: 5 cm… 69 more words