Commonly asked in school and 'O' Level Examinations, many students also commit to commonly made mistakes. Watch the video (5 minutes) and see how you can add another 3 marks easily.

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4 Responses to [Video] A-Math: Quadratic Equation & Discriminant (Plus Common Mistakes & Counter Measures)

Very good video for students to learn Quadratic Equations, as well as a teaching tool for teachers and tutors. Keep sharing! I will share this video blogpost with my readers.

Very good video for students to learn Quadratic Equations, as well as a teaching tool for teachers and tutors. Keep sharing! I will share this video blogpost with my readers.

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Thanks great mathematician for sharing knowledge. I am looking forward to learning more from you.

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Many of us forget to change the inequality sign when we arrive at this stage

-12k < -36

k < 3

Glad you have shown a better way to avoid the above error.

Thanks

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Much appreciated post. I find that even when I point out those mistakes, there's still a large percentage of students that make them.

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