Solving quadratic equations using the T-Method or Cross Method
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Solving quadratic equations using the T-Method or Cross Method
Quadratic equations (Year 10)
Year 10
Who knows what the actual name of the method is called but this video takes a brisk canter through how to solve quadratic equations using the wonderful method which I call the T-Method. It also looks at completing the square and why all these methods are so important when solving and factorising quadratic equations. Using a method of finding factors and sums, we can split a quadratic factor into four terms which, when grouping, can be factorised and factorised again. This method really does make factorising quadratics into binomial product form so much fun. Well ... simpler at least.
Published: Sept. 17, 2018
Length: 13 mins and 45 seconds
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