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Using the quadratic formula is contingent on a certain equation being written out a certain way. This quiz will test you on your knowledge of the quadratic formula, and then ask you to apply it.

This quadratic formula quiz tests your ability to:

- Recall the types of equations the quadratic formula is for
- Recognize a quadratic equation in standard form
- Find the solutions to an equation using the quadratic formula

**Reading comprehension**- ensure that you draw from relevant information found in the lesson on the quadratic formula**Critical thinking**- use this information to consider if an quadratic equation is or is not in standard form**Problem solving**- calculate expressions by using the quadratic formula**Information recall**- remember the quadratic formula knowledge that you have learned

The lesson called The Quadratic Formula: Definition & Example covers the following objectives:

- Provide the quadratic formula
- Show how to plug values into the formula
- Explain evaluating a quadratic

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Remedial Algebra I25 chapters | 248 lessons | 1 flashcard set

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- Euler's Identity: Definition & Example 6:58
- Fermat's Last Theorem: Definition & Example 5:10
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