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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will solve pure quadratic equations in the form ax² + c. We will investigate patterns of behaviour with these specific cases.

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### 7 Questions

Q1.
No, the highest power is not two
No, there is no equals sign
Q2.
No, the highest power is not two
No, there is no equals sign
Q3.
No, the highest power is not two
No, there is more than one variable
No, there is no equals sign
Q4.
No, the highest power is not two
No, there is no equals sign
Q5.
Correct answer: No, the highest power is not two
No, there is no equals sign
Yes
Q6.
Which equation is correct for the area?
A
B
Q7.
Which could you form a quadratic equation for the volume of this shape from?
A
C

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
It has one solution
It has two solutions
Correct answer: It has up to two solutions
Q2.
Choose the most appropriate pair of solutions for A
18
40.5
9
Correct answer: 9 and - 9
Q3.
Choose the most appropriate pair of solutions for B
24.5 and -24.5
sqrt(51) and - sqrt(51)
sqrt(53) and - sqrt(53)
Q4.
Choose the most appropriate pair of solutions for C
3 and -3
3 and 7
sqrt(23) and - sqrt(23)
sqrt(27) and - sqrt(27)
Q5.
Choose the most appropriate pair of solutions for D