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College Algebra - Week Four

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College Algebra

Week 4 April 27-May 1

Math Objectives: Students will be able to: 

  • solve quadratic equations by factoring 

Instructional Videos 
TUSD Teacher’s Explanation 

Khan Academy 

YouTube (Nancy Pi) 

(Alg2) J.7: Solve a quadratic equation using the zero product property 
(Precalculus) C.6: Solve a quadratic equation by factoring 

Your goal is a minimum Smart Score of 80 

Explanation Websites 

Purple Math 
Khan Academy 

Create a poster (physical or virtual) of how to solve a quadratic equation using factoring.  
Create a video of how to solve a quadratic equation using factoring. 
Using Algebra Tiles to factor.  Watch this video, then try for yourself using these virtual algebra tiles.  Finally, show someone in your household how to do this. 

Independent Practice 

Kuta Problem Set #1  
(answers included) 

Problem Set #2  (No answers included) 

Huge Problem Set (answers included) 

Self-Check/Formative Assessment 

Solve by factoring 



Key Vocabulary / Formulas/ Things to Remember

Quadratic Equation:  equations in the form ax2+bx+c=0 

Greatest Common Factor or GCF:  the greatest factor that divides two numbers.  
Examples:  the GCF of 20 and 12 is 4, the GCF of 20x5 and 12x3 is 4x3 

Coefficients:  a numerical or constant quantity placed before and multiplying the variable in an algebraic expression (e.g., the 5 in 5x) 

Zero Product Property:  If we multiply two (or more) things together and the result is equal to zero, then we know that at least one of those things that we multiplied must also have been equal to zero. (if a∙b=0, then either a = 0 or b = 0) 

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