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Published: 16/03/2021
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Quadratic equations and graphs

A KS4/KS5 worksheet resource to develop an understanding of how the different forms of a quadratic equation can give us information about important features of the graph.  From a quadratic equation, students are asked to find the y-intercept, factorise to find the x-intercepts and complete the square to find the maximum or minimum point. There are 12 questions increasing in difficulty. Answers are provided.

There are references to 'Desmos' which is used to draw the graphs. 


See other resources: Algebra | Graphs - drawing graphs | Quadratics – completing the square | Quadratics – solving quadratics

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