We spent some time in class reviewing the three methods of solving quadratic equations:

- Factoring (which only works when the polynomial is factorable)
- Using the Square Root (which only works when there is no “
*bx*” term in your polynomial) - Quadratic Formula (which works in all cases, but is kind of a pain)

The notes for our review are here, and the homework is HW 3.15 – Solving Quadratic Equations Recap.

**Cumulative IXL Review Modules **(newly added modules are in **bold**).

- J.5 – Solve a quadratic equation using the zero product property
- J.6 – Solve a quadratic equation by factoring
- J.9 – Solve a quadratic equation using the quadratic formula
- L.7 – Multiply radical expressions
- T.1 – Identify the direction a parabola opens (assigned 11/21 to 90)
- T.2 – Find the vertex of a parabola (assigned 11/21 to 90)
- T.4 – Find the axis of symmetry of a parabola (assigned 11/21 to 90)
- From Algebra 1
- BB.1 – Characteristics of quadratic functions (assigned 11/21 to 80)
**BB.5 –****Solve a quadratic equation using square roots**- BB.10 – Solve a quadratic equation using the quadratic formula

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