Students must using Completing the Squares to solve quadratic equations. May also be used to practice using the square root property to solve quadratics. There completing the square practice pdf 2 versions of this activity. 14 equations for each set.
Lots of ways to use this activity. This is a 3 part sort. Students are given a set of equations, squares, and solutions. They must work the problems and match with the square and the solution set. They place the equations under the correct answer. This takes about 10 minutes, and allows you to see which students need more help.
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