# Completing the square questions

This quiz covers all areas of completing the square Questions and Answers 1. What is the first thing that should be done to complete the square on 4x^2+8x+16=0 A. Subtract 16 from both sides B. Divide 8 by 2 and square it C.

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## Complete Square Practice

Completing the square turns a quadratic equation in standard form into one in vertex form. Example #1 So what does this look like in practice? Let's try changing this standard form equation ( y

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## Completing the square (intermediate) (practice)

Step 1: Factorise the first two terms by the coefficient in front of x^2 x2, this now becomes \textcolor {limegreen} {a} Step 2: Half the coefficient of x x and write it in the place of