10.3: Quadratic Equations by Square Roots
Difficulty Level: At Grade
Created by: CK12
Learning Objectives
At the end of this lesson, students will be able to:
 Solve quadratic equations involving perfect squares.
 Approximate solutions of quadratic equations.
 Solve realworld problems using quadratic functions and square roots.
Vocabulary
Terms introduced in this lesson:
 quadratic equations involving perfect squares
 positive, negative square root
 approximate solutions
 free fall
Teaching Strategies and Tips
Remind students that:

x2−−√=x and is called the principal square root. 
x=k impliesx=±k .  Conclude that
x2=c has two solutions whenc>0 . See Examples 13.  Point out that square roots of negative numbers are not real numbers. Therefore,
x2=c has no solutions whenc<0 .
Specify in advance the number of decimal places required of students in Examples 6 and 7 and Review Questions 1822.
Error Troubleshooting
In Example 2, show students that
General Tip: Remind students after squarerooting both sides of an equation to include the
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CK.MAT.ENG.TE.1.AlgebraI.10
Common Misconceptions
completing the square
Concept Check and Troubleshooting
Differentiated Instruction
discriminant
double root
Enrichment
Inquiry Process
intercept form
line of symmetry
linear functions
linear regression
no real solutions
Pacing
parabolas
perfect squares
Problem Sets
Problem Solving
Pythagorean theorem
quadratic equation
quadratic equations
quadratic function
quadratic functions
quadratic regression
Quizzes
roots
scatter plot
Science Inquiry
Solution Key
Solutions
square roots
standard form
symmetric
Teacher Edition
Teaching Strategies
Teaching Strategies and Tips
Testing
Tests
vertex form
Worksheets
xintercept
yintercept
zeroes
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Date Created:
Feb 22, 2012Last Modified:
Aug 22, 2014
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