Algebra 2 4-6 Independent Practice: Completing the Square

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by Matthew Richardson

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How can you rewrite the equation below so the left side of the equation is in the form of the expression below?

Hints: Consider how you would solve this equation. a is a real number.

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Error Analysis: Your friend completed the square and wrote the expression shown. Explain your friend's error and write the expression correctly.

Hint: Was it necessary to add 49 to achieve a perfect square trinomial?

You may use ^ to represent exponents. i.e. x^2 represents x².

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Reflection: Math Success

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