Quadratics Playlist for Algebra 2
Quadratic equations are basically code for all variations of y = x squared. They form parabolas, which are bowl shaped graphs, either facing up or down. (They can face left and right too, which is covered in the conics playlist also under Algebra 2). Here, we begin with factoring some harder trinomials using the nowinternetfamous Berry Method, then mozy on to completing the square, the Discriminant, leading up to seeing them as graphs. Then some transformations of quadratic functions, and a superintuitive way to learn about Quadratic Inequalities, not done in the books.
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The worksheet contains the exact problems we cover in the video. Just print the sheet and work along with the class.

Take the quiz right after the video, to see how well you learned it.

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Below, you also have the option of viewing the same playlist on YouTube.
The videos in this playlist include:
1 of 7 – Factoring using the Berry Method
2 of 7 – Solving Quadratic Functions
3 of 7 – Completing the Square
4 of 7 – Discriminant
5 of 7 – Analyzing (Transformations of) Quadratic Graphs/Functions (part 1)
6 of 7 – Analyzing (Transformations of) Quadratic Graphs/Functions (part 2)
7 of 7 – Quadratic Inequalities
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