tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4242439961617529545.post4094610405619527718..comments2016-10-27T19:25:09.206+01:00Comments on Resourceaholic: Tricks and Tips 3: QuadraticsJoanne Morgannoreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4242439961617529545.post-37564635899770332202015-04-19T19:04:09.534+01:002015-04-19T19:04:09.534+01:00But one you've done the symmetry method a few ...But one you've done the symmetry method a few times and 'get' the trick that the formula gives- it's a great time saver? ( never taught quadratics- doesn't really come up in primary!) I did however (re) teach myself how tomfind the vertex today. I remember finding it really hard when I was taught it many many years ago- but am not clear precisely which method. I think maybe Primary prowesshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04373894633169016299noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4242439961617529545.post-53413382817329911612015-04-19T09:07:15.954+01:002015-04-19T09:07:15.954+01:00Great post Jo, I normally teach CTS and Symmetry. ...Great post Jo, I normally teach CTS and Symmetry. I don't like the formula method. Would like,to see calculus on GCSE.Stephen Cavadinohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08497166692282461180noreply@blogger.com