Unit 6:

Quadratic Equations

How do we measure change? What does a solution represent? How do we determine the best method for obtaining a solution?
5 weeks


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Unit Resources:

16 Components


Big Idea 1: Quadratics can be written in multiple, equivalent ways. See 2 itemsHide 2 items

Big Idea 2: Quadratic equations have 0, 1 or 2 real solutions. See 2 itemsHide 2 items

Big Idea 3: Quadratic equations can be solved by rearranging the equation into an equivalent form. See 2 itemsHide 2 items

Big Idea 4: The structure of a quadratic equation provides insights about its key characteristics. See 2 itemsHide 2 items

Formative Assessment Lessons See 2 itemsHide 2 items

Re-engagement See 1 itemHide 1 item

End of Unit Assessment See 3 itemsHide 3 items