Solving Quadratic Equations Worksheets

Sail through our free printable worksheets specially designed and proposed for high school students to hone their skills in solving quadratic equations using different methods. The topic comprises exercises like solving the quadratic equations using: zero product property, square root method, factoring method, completing the square method, and quadratic formula.

These pdf worksheets are custom-made for high school students.

CCSS: HSN-CN, HSA-APR, HSA-REI

Quadratic Equations - Zero Product Property

Explore this free worksheet to solve each quadratic equation using zero product property. The property states that if ab = 0, then a = 0, or b = 0, or both a and b are 0. Use this rule to find the solution for each problem.

Quadratic Equations - Zero Product Property

Quadratic Equations - Square Root Method

Here is a worksheet carefully prepared to help you work around your inadequacies in solving quadratic equations using the square root method. Isolate the squared term, and apply the square root method on both sides of the equation to solve the problems.

Quadratic Equations - Square Root Method

Quadratic Equations - Factoring Method

Introduce the concept of solving quadratic equations using factoring method with this free PDF worksheet. The worksheet consists of quadratic equations with real roots. Use the answer key to check your responses.

Quadratic Equations – Factoring Method

Quadratic Equations - Completing the Square

Equip children with this printable worksheet to quickly and efficiently solve quadratic equations using completing the square method. Form a perfect square trinomial on the left side of the equation, factorize, and take square root on both sides to solve for the unknown variable.

Quadratic Equations - Completing the Square

Quadratic Equations - Quadratic Formula

Encourage children to take advantage of the worksheet to solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula. Write the quadratic equations in standard form, and apply the coefficients in the quadratic formula to find the value of the unknown.

Quadratic Equations - Quadratic Formula