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Squares and Square Roots
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The Life Quadratic True or False Quiz
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Squares and Square Roots: The Life Quadratic True or False
1.
Which of the following is
not
a quadratic equation? >
x
^{2}
= 1
True
False
2.
If the polynomial 4
x
^{2}
+ 9
x
+
c
is the square of binomial of degree 1, what is
c
? >
True
False
3.
The polynomial
x
^{2}
+ 11
x
+
c
is the square of which binomial? >
True
False
4.
How many solutions are there to the equation
x
^{2}
+ 12
x
= 36? > more than I care to think about
True
False
5.
How many solutions are there to the equation
x
^{2}
– 4
x
= 17? > two
True
False
6.
Solve:
x
^{2}
+ 14
x
+ 40 = 5. >
x
= 3,
x
= 11
True
False
7.
Solve, assuming that
a
,
b
,
c
are constants and
c
is not zero:
cx
^{2}
+
ax
+
b
= 0. >
True
False
8.
Solve: 2
x
^{2}
+ 5
x
+ 3 = 7. >
True
False
9.
If the quadratic equation
ax
^{2}
+
bx
+
c
= 0 has discriminant 0, how many solutions does the equation have? > oh so many
True
False
10.
A student was asked to solve the equation 3
x
^{2}
+ 10
x
– 11 = 0. They wrote down the following work.
Where, if anywhere, did the student make their first mistake?
> The student made no mistakes.
True
False
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