# Ch 15: ASVAB Math: Working with Quadratic Equations

This Working with Quadratic Equations chapter aims to help you review how to solve quadratic equations in preparation for taking the math portion of the ASVAB military entrance examination. Brush up on your skills in multiplying binomials and working with parabolas.

## ASVAB Math: Working with Quadratic Equations - Chapter Summary

You can utilize the video lessons in this chapter to study how to graph parabolas in standard form or find its maximum and minimum. Rediscover how to use the factoring method to solve quadratic trinomials and refresh your memories of the FOIL method. After viewing the video lessons, you should be able to answer test questions that ask you to:

• Identify and define the parts of a parabola
• Describe the three forms of a parabola
• Use the FOIL and area methods to multiply binomials
• Factor quadratic equations using the FOIL in reverse or with non-1 leading coefficients
• List the steps for completing the square

The material in the video lessons reflect the kinds of topics you'll find on the math section of the ASVAB military entrance examination. The information is presented by instructors who make the learning process fun. In addition to the video tags that allow you to re-watch the lessons at any point, you can take advantage of the self-assessment quizzes and a chapter examination.

### ASVAB Math: Working with Quadratic Equations Chapter Objectives

The Arithmetic Reasoning portion of the ASVAB military entrance examination consists of about 30 multiple-choice questions. The material that is covered in this chapter may be found in this section of the ASVAB examination, which could also test your knowledge of exponents, fractions, factorials, prime numbers and the rules for rounding, among other subjects.

10 Lessons in Chapter 15: ASVAB Math: Working with Quadratic Equations
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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