Quadratics are problems that involve a variable being squared (multiplied by itself). When they are graphed, they form a characterizable U-shape. Quadratic equations are not just those annoying equations we saw early on in Algebra. They have many real world everyday practical uses. In fact many engineers use them daily just like you use a stapler in your classroom. Quadratics have huge applications in projectile motion and determining trajectories. Business owners have many uses for quadratics as well. When trying to ramp up production of the items they sell it helps them navigate the supply-demand curve. Quadratic equations are fundamental to predicting the outcomes to many different situations. Many forms of quantitative analysis would not be possible without quadratics.
The set of worksheets below will help you learn to solve quadratic equations and quadratic functions. We will introduce you to quadratic inequalities and linear-quadratic systems. We will also work on how to find the root equation of quadratics. You will learn how to read and interpret the graphs of these equations. You will also learn how to solve these problems through the basic math, using algebra, and breaking them apart on a graph. You will also learn how quadratics can be applied to various application in science and engineering feats.