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Determine the average rate of change given an interval from graphs, equations and tables.

This is a self check activity that allows students to practice finding the average rate of change with quadratic functions. Students are asked to first find each endpoint and then the average rate of change. This is scaffolded to help students understand the necessary steps. This activity also inclu

Need to see how well your students understand finding the average rate of change in quadratic functions? This 5 question mini assessment will pinpoint which students are struggling and determine if they do better with standard form or vertex form.The problems include the following:A dropdown box of

Also included in: Algebra 1 & 2 Quadratics Assessments Bundle

✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in working with "Average Rate of Change" of "Linear Functions as well as Non-Linear Functions".In this activity, students are asked to:☑ Find average rate of change over a given IntervalStudents are will work with::☑ Graphs☑ T

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7^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Algebra 1 Comparing Linear, Exponential, and Quadratic Functions in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to identi

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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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Click here for a video preview20 Problems From BOTH a graph AND a function rule.Functions covered are quadratic, absolute value, square root, and cube root.For use with a smartphone, laptop, or tablet.Google Forms Quizzes are assigned from your Google Classroom and provide both you and your students

Also included in: Full Year Algebra 1 Topics: Google Forms Quiz GROWING Bundle

Click here for a video preview20 Problems - Average Rate of Change of a Non-Linear Functions from a graph and a function rule. (10 problems each)Functions covered are quadratic, absolute value, square root, and cube root.Google Slides are assigned from your Google Classroom and provide both you and

Also included in: Algebra 1 Topics: Google Slides GROWING Bundle - 58 Topics

This is another version of the Water Wars Performance Task. This time, the equation for the path of the water balloon thrown is provided in standard form. Students are asked to determine the initial height of the balloon, the maximum height, the time taken to hit the ground, as well as the time in

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Modeling with Quadratic Functions - Water Wars Performance Task Bundle

This slideshow includes 12 slides about comparing linear, exponential, and quadratic functions. There are 11 practice problems including two real-world problems. The topics covered include:graphing ordered pairs to determine whether the function is linear, exponential, or quadraticusing tables of va

Also included in: BUNDLE Graphing Quadratic Functions Google Slides Lessons

A collection of all four performance tasks in the Water Wars Performance Task Bundle. Students will model with quadratic functions in vertex and standard form in order to model the height of a water balloon thrown by four different people. Students will have to use their knowledge of quadratic fun

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Algebra 1 Graphing Quadratic Functions {Bundle} in a PowerPoint PresentationThis is a bundle include the six PowerPoint lessons below and one Quiz Show game, Jeopardy Style, for review.Graphing y = ax2 F.BF.3Focus of a Parabola F.IF.4Graphing y = ax2 + c F.BF.3Graphing y = ax2 + bx + c F.BF.3, F.IF.

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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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Students will complete a Performance Task that involves modeling with quadratic functions and their graphs in order to answer questions about the path of a water balloon that is thrown at an unsuspecting math teacher!!In this version, the equation is provided in vertex form. Students will determine

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Modeling with Quadratic Functions - Water Wars Performance Task Bundle

Students will solve a mystery in which one of the following six people has murdered one of the others. Each one has made 4 statements about these 2 graphs. The murderer has made 1 error, the victim made 4 errors. The other suspects made 2 or 3 errors. Students are asked to reason with features of th

This resource is for the Common Core Algebra I curriculum. It is meant to use to teach key features of quadratic functions. Given a graph or equation of a quadratic function, the key features covered are: opening upward/downard, axis of symmetry, vertex/turning point, maximum/minimum, end behavior

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8^{th} - 11^{th}

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In this project students design and build a mini-catapult to launch gummy bears. They time their launch and use this information to write the quadratic function that models the height of the gummy bear based on the time since the launch. They use this function to determine the maximum height of the

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Students choose between five scenarios (saving money, call of duty, race to mars, zombies, social media) with 3 different situations (linear/exponential/quadratic). Students have to complete the tables, find the function (particularly for linear and exponential), explain why each is linear/exponenti

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8^{th} - 12^{th}

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This "Differentiated Mystery Picture Color Activity: Average Rate of Change" is a fun worksheet that unlocks a secret picture once students complete the problems! Every correct answer provides a clue to color the grid and reveal a mystery image. There are more clues than there are problems, so stude

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Common Core Algebra 1 Mystery Pictures - BUNDLE PRICE!

Graph the quadratic function from standard form by identifying the AOS, vertex, roots, and y-intercept using a function table. Then identify other key features: domain, range, interval of increase and decrease, the average rate of change and end behavior.Four problems in all.

Algebra 1 Quiz Show Game Graphing and Translating Quadratic Functions in a PowerPoint PresentationThis Quiz Show game, Jeopardy Style, is a great way to review a chapter. There are 25 questions and a scoreboard so you don’t have to write the score on a side board. Each page has the point value!This

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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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A third version of the Water Wars Performance Task. A quadratic function is provided with no linear term (b = 0) that describes the path of a water balloon that is dropped from a building. Students will use their knowledge of quadratic functions and their graphs to answer questions about the heigh

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Modeling with Quadratic Functions - Water Wars Performance Task Bundle

A fourth version of the Water Wars Performance Task on modeling with quadratic functions. A quadratic function in standard form with no constant term (c = 0) is provided that describes the path of a water balloon that is thrown. Students will use their knowledge of quadratic functions in order to

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Modeling with Quadratic Functions - Water Wars Performance Task Bundle

Looking for a resource to assess if your students can identify the characteristics of a quadratic function? Look no further! This is a google form containing a graph of a quadratic and asks students to identify the following characteristics: domain, range, increasing/decreasing intervals, axis of sy

This is a whole chapter introducing fundamental Algebra 2 concepts in graphing Absolute Value and Quadratic functions. In addition to graphing, this unit shows the "geometric" way to make a Quadratic using a "focus" and "directrix," as well as introducing Average Rate of Change. The four targets are

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Looking for resources to assess if your students can identify the characteristics of a quadratic function? Look no further! This is a bundle of four assessments; each google form contains a graph and/or equation of a quadratic and asks students to identify the following characteristics: domain, rang