This week in math, we continued our unit on factoring and we learned three different ways to factor a formula:
Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring, Using Square Roots to Solve Quadratic Equations and Developing and Applying the Quadratic Formula, which is the method I prefer most. The steps are pretty difficult but if you follow the exact formula then it leads you to the right answer. First you have to make the equation = 0, then we have to label what each number is (a, b, c) and then plug the numbers in the formula. After that you just simplify to lowest terms.
Here is an example of one: