## Quadratic simultaneous equations

A walkthrough of how to solve simultaneous equations where one is linear and the other is quadratic. There is also a starter getting students to practise thier factorising.

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- 3Gareth15124 years agoReport
A nice powerpoint which colud be used in teaching simultaneous equations to the more able pupils. I like the starter question which gets them thinking about previous work on factorising quadratics, and this resource also has links to solving sim. equations graphically.

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