2TH §5.0 Refresh

What are these graphs called?
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What are these graphs called?

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CH.5 Quadratic Formulas
Quadratic formulas are the type of formulas you will use most often in Mathematics.
Working with quadratic formulas requires you to work precisely and neatly and you need the skills you've learned in previous chapters.

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Recap: Order of Operations
When doing calculations, you have to follow the order of operations:
1. First calculate what is given between brackets.
2. Then calculate powers and roots.
3. Then multiply and divide from left to right.
4. Then add and subtract from left to right.

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Recap: Square roots
The square root of 25 is 5, because the square of 5 is 25.

The square root of 6.25 is 2.5, because the square of 2.5 is 6.25

There is no square root of -16 (or any other negative number), because, there is no number you can square, to get a negative result

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Recap: Writing formulas shorter
You can write formulas shorter by:
- multiplying factors
- combining like terms
- not writing down the multiplication sign between a number and a variable

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Recap: Quadratic formulas
If a formula contains  the square of a variable (and not a higher exponent), it is called a quadratic formula.The corresponding graph is called a parabola.

When filling in negative numbers for the variable in a quadratic formula you should use brackets, because you want to square the negative number, not take the opposite of a positive square.

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HW Thursday
Do all the §5.0 Refresh exercises and correct them

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