Today on Twitter, Mr. Allen requested some good problem-solving resources for quadratics. He made up one himself.
UPDATE – I created my own 👍👍 pic.twitter.com/KawrefJ9k2
— Mr Allen (@MrAllen_EHU) June 10, 2019
I decided to make one as well. It is similar to my other Find the Factors puzzles. You will have to use logic to solve it, but in many ways, it will be easier to solve than most of my regular puzzles. Like always, there is only one solution.
Every term is positive so if you already know how to factor trinomials it should be relatively easy to solve. All the factors from (x + 1) to (x + 9) need to appear exactly one time in both the first column and the top row of the puzzle. Once all the factors are found, the puzzle is solved, but you can find all the products of those factors and write them in the body of the puzzle if you want.