CCSS

These are the resources that support this Common Core Standard.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.8.EE.A.2

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Definition--Cube Root

The definition of the term "Cube Root."

Definition--nth Root

The definition of the term "nth Root."

Definition--Radical Expression

The definition of the term "Radical Expression."

Definition--Square Root

The definition of the term "Square Root."

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Nspire App Tutorial: Quadratic Formula Template

In this Slide Show, learn how to program a function for solving quadratic equations. This presentation requires the use of the TI-Nspire iPad App. Note: the download is a PPT.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square

In this Slide Show, learn how to solve a quadratic equation by completing the square. Note: The download is a PPT file.

MATH EXAMPLE: Calculating the Discriminant: Example 01

Tutorial--Calculating the Discriminant: Example 1. In this example a, b, and c are positive, discriminant is positive.

MATH EXAMPLE: Calculating the Discriminant: Example 02

Tutorial--Calculating the Discriminant: Example 2. In this example a, b, and c are positive, discriminant is negative.

MATH EXAMPLE: Calculating the Discriminant: Example 03

Tutorial--Calculating the Discriminant: Example 3. In this example a, b, and c are positive, discriminant is zero.

MATH EXAMPLE: Calculating the Discriminant: Example 04

Tutorial--Calculating the Discriminant: Example 4. In this example a, b, and c are negative, discriminant is positive.

MATH EXAMPLE: Calculating the Discriminant: Example 05

Tutorial--Calculating the Discriminant: Example 5. In this example a, b, and c are negative, discriminant is negative.

MATH EXAMPLE: Calculating the Discriminant: Example 06

Tutorial--Calculating the Discriminant: Example 6. In this example a, b, and c are negative, discriminant is zero.

MATH EXAMPLE: Calculating the Discriminant: Example 07

Tutorial--Calculating the Discriminant: Example 7. In this example a is positive and b and c are negative, discriminant is positive. Point out to students that in this configuration the discriminant can only be positive.

MATH EXAMPLE: Calculating the Discriminant: Example 08

Tutorial--Calculating the Discriminant: Example 8. In this example a and b are positive and c is negative, discriminant is positive. Point out to students that in this configuration the discriminant can only be positive.

MATH EXAMPLE: Calculating the Discriminant: Example 09

Tutorial--Calculating the Discriminant: Example 9. In this example c is positive and b and a are negative, discriminant is positive. Point out to students that in this configuration the discriminant can only be positive.

MATH EXAMPLE: Calculating the Discriminant: Example 10

Tutorial--Calculating the Discriminant: Example 10. In this example c and b are positive and a is negative, discriminant is positive. Point out to students that in this configuration the discriminant can only be positive.

MATH EXAMPLE: The Quadratic Formula: Example 01

Solving Equations with the Quadratic Formula, Example 1: Positive values for a, b, and c, two real roots.

MATH EXAMPLE: The Quadratic Formula: Example 02

Solving Equations with the Quadratic Formula, Example 2: Positive values for a, b, and c, one root.

MATH EXAMPLE: The Quadratic Formula: Example 03

Solving Equations with the Quadratic Formula, Example 3: Positive values for a, b, and c, complex roots.

MATH EXAMPLE: The Quadratic Formula: Example 04

Solving Equations with the Quadratic Formula, Example 4: Negative values for a, b, and c, two real root.

MATH EXAMPLE: The Quadratic Formula: Example 05

Solving Equations with the Quadratic Formula, Example 5: Negative values for a, b, and c, one root.

MATH EXAMPLE: The Quadratic Formula: Example 06

Solving Equations with the Quadratic Formula, Example 6: Negative values for a, b, and c, complex root.

MATH EXAMPLE: The Quadratic Formula: Example 07

Solving Equations with the Quadratic Formula, Example 7: Negative value for a, positive for b and c, two real roots.

MATH EXAMPLE: The Quadratic Formula: Example 08

Solving Equations with the Quadratic Formula, Example 8: Negative values for a and c, positive for b, one root.

MATH EXAMPLE: The Quadratic Formula: Example 09

Solving Equations with the Quadratic Formula, Example 9: Negative values for a and c, positive for b, two complex roots.