## make you solve maths problem easily with direction

What you will learn

☑ learn to think with direction in order to solve the maths problem easily

☑ write steps in special orders to reduce the careless mistakes

☑ how to know the quadratic graph look like before you draw.

☑ How to solve the quadratic equations fast but with steps

☑ How to transform the graph easily without any hesitation

Description

This course is a **exam oriented course, **which mean it will focus on the type of questions within **GCSE syllabus. **You will feel maths is easy and build your confidence to face the examinations.

We will focus on the topic of quadratic graph and equations, here we will learn different methods to solve the quadratic equations, we will also show you how to use your calculator correctly and some mistakes that you should beware of. More importantly, we will show you the technique to** solve the equations with steps** and know the how the quadratic graph look like **fast**.

Transformation of graph may make you feel frustrated, especially with sine curve and cosine curve. Just to remember some main point will make your life easy.

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Language

Content

Introduction

Introduction

Quadratic graph

How to determine quadratic graph look like

Quadratic graph

Example 1 on determine how quadratic graph look like

Example 2 on determine how quadratic graph look like

Lecture: Draw the graph

Lecture: Solve by drawing graph

Quadratic equation and further quadratic equation

lecture: solve by factor

lecture: solve by factor (learn writing steps use calculator properly)

Bonus: Happy way to learn factorization

Lecture:Solve by completing square1

Lecture: Solve by completing square 2

[Bonus] Application of completing square

Lecture: solve by using quadratic formula

Further about graph:Transformation of graph

Lecture: Tranformation of graph y=kf(x)

Lecture: Transformation of graph y=f(x)+k

Lecture: Transformation of graph y=f(kx) part 1

Lecture: Transformation of graph y=f(kx) part 2

Lecture: Transformation of graph y=f(x+k)