# Ch 11: Quadratics & Higher Order Polynomials

Let us help you strengthen your knowledge of quadratics and higher order polynomials with fun lessons. This chapter takes a close look at steps involved in factoring, graphing and solving quadratic equations and inequalities.

## Quadratics & Higher Order Polynomials - Chapter Summary

Feel confident that you fully understand quadratics and higher order polynomials by reviewing the lessons in this comprehensive chapter. Each one explores a new and exciting concept to help you develop or refresh the skills you need to perform operations on quadratic functions, inequalities and equations. Review the lessons in any sequence you desire. In no time, you will be prepared to:

• Factor quadratic equations using the FOIL method in reverse
• Demonstrate how to factor quadratic equations with a non-1 leading coefficient
• Graph and solve quadratic inequalities, and graph a system of quadratic inequalities
• Display an ability to apply quadratic functions to motion under gravity and simple optimization problems
• Model a given data set or situation using quadratic formulas
• Define cubic functions and describe their use

Tailor the resources in this chapter to your personal learning and studying needs. Review the lessons anytime and from anywhere via your computer, smartphone or tablet. Before, during or after exploring lessons, assess your knowledge of quadratics and higher order polynomials by taking short quizzes. If you need additional details about any lesson topic, feel free to submit your questions to our experts.

7 Lessons in Chapter 11: Quadratics & Higher Order Polynomials
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