
Quadratics Practice 2016
Six questions, of progressive difficulty, each on 'complete the square then solve', 'factorise then solve', 'quadratic formula to solve'. PDF here.




Quadratic Formula Synthesis
Complete the steps in the table to get from ax^{2}+bx+c=0 to the quadratic formula. Or, cut out the steps and ask students to arrange them in the correct order. Answers on page 1, empty table on page 2.




















Further Factorising
Twenty questions to factorise the numerator and denominator quadratic expressions and then cancel.




Quadratic Discs
Six questions to find everything out about the quadratic expressions.
















Quadratic Formulae
MS Excel program that makes quadratic formula easy  just input the a, b & c values and you're done!
NB  Only use once you've practiced using the formula by hand first.
















Solving Quadratics by the 3 Methods
Three sets of four questions: solving by factorising, solving by quadratic formula, solving by completing the square. In each set one question straightforward, one harder, one requiring rearrangment, one from another format. Answers included.








Expanding Quadratics
Twelve quadratic expansions to rewrite without the brackets. Then twelve more plus twelve to factorise.




Quadratic Matching
Match up the factorised quadratic expressions with the expanded versions. I used this as a topic consolidation activity.




Quadratic Expansions
Ppt file that attempts to highlight similarities between long multiplication and expanding quadratics.




Quadratics
Cut them up then match up each expression in the expanded, factorised, completed square, graphical and the quadratic formula forms.


