Ch 30: Compass Math: Quadratic Functions

Through this chapter, you'll get a solid review of quadratic functions. Its lessons provide several examples that are easy to follow. Familiarize yourself with all the major topics as you prepare for the ACT Compass Math test.

ACT Compass Math: Quadratic Functions - Chapter Summary

You'll understand how to graph and solve quadratic inequalities after you spend time with a short video lesson and go over the transcript. The ACT Compass Math test will require you to answer questions related to quadratic functions. Explore this chapter for a better comprehension of:

• Using quadratic functions to model a given data set or situation
• Factoring to solve a quadratic equation
• How to complete the square
• Applying quadratic functions to motion under gravity
• Parabolas in standard, intercept and vertex form

Take a quick practice quiz on how to use the FOIL method backwards to get some feedback on your grasp of the lesson. You can then either go back to anywhere in the video lesson easily with the video tags or take another glance at the transcript for anything you want to look at more.

ACT Compass Math: Quadratic Functions Chapter Objectives

The Quadratic Functions chapter will make questions on anything you study in the lessons easy to answer when seen on the ACT Compass Math exam. This computer-based test does not have any passing score requirements or time limits. The self-assessment quiz questions in the chapter give you some helpful visuals, and they're in the same multiple-choice format as Compass Math items.

12 Lessons in Chapter 30: Compass Math: Quadratic Functions
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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