# Solving adfected quadratic equations (Part 2)

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## Lesson details

### Key learning points

- In this lesson, we will solve quadratic equations that first need to be factorised.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.

What are the solutions/solution to 'A'?

x = 6, x = 5

x=-6, x = +5

Q2.

What are the solutions/solution to 'B'?

x=-3, x = 5

x=-6, x = +5

x=6, x=-5

Q3.

What are the solutions/solution to 'C'?

x = -5

x = 10

x = 2, x = 10

Q4.

What are the solutions/solution to 'D'?

x = - 3

x = 0, x= 3

x = 1, x= -3

Q5.

What are the solutions/solution to 'E'?

no solutions

### 5 Questions

Q1.

Find the solutions to 'A'

y = - 5 and y = -2

y = 5 and y = 2

y=7 and y = 3

Q2.

Find the solutions to 'B'

y = -5 and y = -3

y = 5 and y = 10

y= 5 and y = 3

Q3.

Find the solutions to 'C'

y = 0 and y = 10

y = 1 and y = 10

y= 1 and y = -10

Q4.

Find the solutions to 'D'

y = 0 and y = -100

y = 10

Q5.

Find the solutions to 'E'

y = 81

y = 9