Quadratic Polynomial is of the Form $ax^2 + bx+c$. Geometrically it is represented by the Parabola on the Graph. The zeroes or the root of the quadratic are the point on x-axis where it intersect the x-axis. Here in this post of Quadratic graphs worksheet , we have asked upon few questions based on these concept only. I hope this is help in your preparation

## Quadratic graphs worksheet

**Identify the zeroes of the below quadratic graphs**

a.

b.

c.

2. **Identify the quadratic function or equation of the below graphs**

a.

b.

c.

3.

**Match the column**

4. Draw the Graph of the below quadratics

(a) $x^2 -7x +10$

(b) $x^2 +x -2$

(c) $x^2-9x+20$

5. Which of the follow does not have real roots

**Answer**

1.

Zeros of quadratic polynomials are the points at which it intersect x axis. Based on this , the answers are

a. -1,3

b, -1,0

c. 2,4

2.

a. $x^2 + 3x -4$

b.$ -x^2 -x +6$

c. $ -x^2 +4x -4$

3.

we can easily do this by find the zeros of the quadratic equation and then matching with the graph

4.

5. For real roots, the graph should intersect the x axis . Here graph (a) and (c) does not intersect the x-axis, so those quadratic polynomials does not have any real roots

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