Students will practice finding the discriminant of a quadratic equation, then using this value to determine the type of solutions for the equation with this “Triples” Activity. This includes two rational solutions, one rational solution, two irrational solutions, and no real solutions. This activity works best with an Algebra 2 level class that is familiar with complex solutions.

Students can work on their own or with a partner to match the cards. There are 12 total cards. Once matched, there will be three equations with two rational solutions, three equations with one rational solution, three equations with two irrational solutions, and three equations with two complex solutions. Once they are finished, they can record their answers on the included recording sheet. An answer key is included for each version to ensure the correct cards are matched together.

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