A powerpoint with examples and worksheets on completing the square. Includes activities looking at minimum and maximum points of quadratic graphs.


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Created: Nov 2, 2016

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    user avatarlob732 months agoreport

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    user avatarfredbloggs15 months agoreport

    This is a well structured resource with plenty of examples, clearly presented. However, for an introduction to the topic for weaker students I've decided to use a grid method as it makes it easier to see why you divide the coefficient of x by 2 and what to do next then follows.

  • 5
    user avatarmissnw6 months agoreport

    Excellent - this is super!!!!!

  • 5Recommended
    user avatarmissblilley8 months agoreport

    A brilliant resource to introduce completing the square which then finally moves on to look at applications of it in sketching graphs. The starting point of using ax^2 + bx to practice is an excellent idea and will really lead pupils in to completing the square well.

  • 5Recommended
    user avatarmrsmorgan18 months agoreport

    Another awesome resource from Dan Walker. Clear slides, great activities, well thought-out questions, and answers provided throughout!