# Ch 6: Quadratic Equations, Functions & Inequalities

You can utilize the lessons in this chapter to review quadratic equations, functions, and inequalities. Specific essential elements such as the definition of a quadratic equation, how to solve a quadratic equation, writing quadratic functions, and comparing linear functions will be covered.

## Quadratic Equations, Functions, and Inequalities - Chapter Summary

This chapter can help guide you through an engaging review delivered via video and text lessons. These lessons will comprehensively cover material on quadratic equations, functions, and inequalities. You will be reviewing how to use FOIL in reverse to factor quadratic equations, how to solve a quadratic equation by factoring, and how to solve quadratic equations not in standard form. Once you have completed all the lessons in this chapter you should confidently be able to:

• Define and give examples of a quadratic equation
• Explain the process for graphing a system of quadratic inequalities
• Give examples of quadratic functions
• Recognize differences between graphs of quadratic and linear functions

Using this convenient study chapter, you can quickly refresh your knowledge of this topic. You may use the lessons in any order, but be sure to take the quizzes at the end of each to quickly ascertain your skill level of a specific topic. At any time, you can use the timeline of the lesson to jump to a particular spot for another look. Lesson transcripts are also available should you choose to print them for a hard copy option.

10 Lessons in Chapter 6: Quadratic Equations, Functions & Inequalities
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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