A Quick Way to Learn Completing the Square

Completing the square isn’t as hard as everyone thinks. And there’s no reason to memorize a bunch of strange pixie dust magic math rules. Here’s the way to see it for what it is.

Here’s another example:

This last one involves fractions:

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4 Responses to A Quick Way to Learn Completing the Square

    • Thanks, Kellie!

      When you need it, don’t forget to ask further questions in the comments, I don’t stop helping at the post. 🙂

  1. Thanks so much for these videos. Am sharing them with my students and am going to try and teach it this way. It was a little difficult to see the pencil though, but overall think they are very useful.

    • Thanks, Tammy.

      This is one of the early videos. It took a while before I determined the tools and style that worked. I’m still experimenting too!

      Let me know how it goes. I’d love to hear about it.

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