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Example problems with step-by-step solutions precede each type of problem for sections one through nine. Students should study these examples before starting the problems. This workbook also contains the step-by-step solutions for all problems. Section 1 begins with problems for students to use square roots to solve quadratic equations in simplest terms. The denominator for answers is rationalized. In Section 2, students solve quadratic equations by factoring and by using the Zero Product Property. Section 3 includes problems where students solve quadratic equations by completing the square. This workbook contains the derivation of the Quadratic Formula. In Section 4, students use the Quadratic Formula to solve quadratic equations. This workbook includes the derivation of the sum and product of roots for a quadratic equation in standard form. Section 5 is where students write quadratic equations given their roots. 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