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Sketching Quadratic Graphs by Completing the Square




 
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Videos, activities and worksheets that are suitable for A Level Maths. How to use completing the square to sketch a quadratic graph by locating the the maximum or minimum points and the equation of the line of symmetry?

Sketching Quadratic Graphs by Completing the Square (part 1) : ExamSolutions
In this maths video tutorial I show you how we can use completing the square to sketch a quadratic graph, locate the maximum or minimum points and the equation of the line of symmetry.
Sketching Quadratic Graphs by Completing the Square (part 2) : ExamSolutions
In this maths video tutorial I show you how we can use completing the square to sketch a quadratic graph, locate the maximum or minimum points and the equation of the line of symmetry.



Applications of Completing the Square with Exam Questions - C1 Edexcel A Level Maths
This video explains how completing the square can be applied to finding the minimum and maximum points of a quadratic curve, with some (general) exam questions for you to attempt at the end.
Completing the Square with full Explanation
This video teaches you how to change a quadratic equation that is in standard form in to vertex form by using the method of completing the square. This is useful for being able to find the maximum or minimum point of a parabola.


 

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