This week we did the review and skill check for the test

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# Week 6——Developing and Applying the Quadratic Formula

use the way that we learned to make ax²+bx+c=0 change to

Ex:

x^2+9x -2=0

use the formula that we just make

a=1，b=9，c=-2

finished

so we can use this formula to solve the question easily and correctly

## Week 5-Radical Equations

### Aside

Add the square root of the same coefficient

ex: 1-3√5x=-3-2√5x

-3√5x+2√5x=-3-1

-√5x=-4

Than use the way that square both sides of this to get rid of the square root

5x=16

x=16/5

Review

[Than multiply both the top and the bottom by a number , which is goodfor removing the square root of the denominator((=3-2=1)]

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# Week 4 -Adding and subtracting radical expressions

When you simplify your radicals down, you can only add common radicals together. When you’re adding or subtracting radicals, the radicand always stays the same, which is why you need to have a common radicand. Once you’ve collected common radicals you you either add or subtract the co-efficients together depending on the sign

EX:3√5+6√5（They have same radicand）=9√5

We also learned how to make it simplify

You have to simplify the number in the root as much as you can by multiplying it by several equal numbers

EX:square root：√64=√4*4*4=4√4

cube root： ³ √81=³√3*3*3*3=3 ³√3

it makes you can better to add up some numbers with the root

see the picture

# Week 3 Absolute Value and Radicals

√25=5

The absolute value of a real number is defined as the principal square root(√25) of the square of a number.

EX:|9|=3 ,|-9|=3

√9²=√81=9=|9|=|-9|

√（-9）²=√81=9=|9|=|-9|

Simplifying Radical Expressions

Coefficient√Radicand

Square roots :ex ²√16=4

Roots(-other roots)[

Cube roots :ex³√27=3

Warn：²√x （x≥0）restriction

³√x （x**∈R**）restriction