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This EMOJI activity is included inEMOJI - BUNDLE Characteristics of Standard Form of Quadratic Functions✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the Vertex of a Quadratic Function given the Standard Form". In OPTION 1, students will work with 12 Question

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This activity is a riddle that is styled in the spirit of Pizzazz Algebra (a book of riddle-based mathematics practice activities). Students need to find the vertex of each function using the vertex formula. Then, they write the letter next to the vertex in the box with the number that is next to th

This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Quadratic Functions
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Find the Axis of Symmetry" of a quadratic function written in Standard & Vertex Form. It is a good practice of the formula:
/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\ x = -b/2a. /\

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Also included in: Maze - MEGA BUNDLE Quadratic Functions AND Quadratic Equations

The worksheet contains 16 problems, half in vertex form and half in standard form. It asks students to find the end behavior, axis of symmetry, vertex, determine if the vertex is a max/min, make a table, name the transformations, graph the parabola, name the x and y intercepts, and state the domain

The focus of this activity is to give students the opportunity to check their understanding of different ways to represent the Transformation of the Quadratic Function. The following relationships are checked:
• Graphic Representation
• Rule in Vertex Form
• Rule in Standard Form
• Table of Values

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This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Quadratic Functions
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Find the vertex" of a quadratic function given that some functions are written in "Vertex Form" while others are written in "Standard Form"..
Quadratic Function notation may be re

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Also included in: Maze - MEGA BUNDLE Quadratic Functions AND Quadratic Equations

This SELF-CHECKING PUZZLE is part of:
☑ 2017 Google Interactive Membership {GROWING BUNDLE} - Current & Future Products
This ❤ Digital Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of working with "Converting Vertex Form to Standard Form of Quadratic Functions" . This is a BLENDED Ac

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This worksheet can be used as additional practice, review, or a quiz.
It has a total of 12 multiple-choice questions on writing quadratic functions in both vertex and standard form. Students are expected to find the equation of the function by the following:
* Given the vertex and a point
* From a

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This zipped file contains a Smart Notebook file and a pdf file with a full set of directions on using the Smart Notebook file.
Students start with a Do Now where they match graphs of parabolas with equations.
Then students are introduced to the three forms. Students then graph various pairs of

This activity is designed to help students with converting quadratic equations between vertex and standard form. All the equations in this version are already set up as either standard form or vertex form.
Student will practice the following skills
* Converting equations between standard and verte

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The study guide is meant to be used right before a mid-chapter test in Algebra 2 or perhaps a chapter test in Algebra I.
Instead of having students work on practicing more problems, (which in my classroom they practiced a lot already) This type of story telling has worked well, it helps my studen

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This SELF-CHECKING PUZZLE is part of:
☑ 2017 Google Interactive Membership {GROWING BUNDLE} - Current & Future Products
This ❤ Digital Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of working with "Interpreting the Standard Form of Quadratic Functions" . This is a BLENDED Activity as

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8 Conditionally formatted Google Sheets and a notes packet. Once you purchase and download, click on each link and you will be prompted to make a copy. Once you have the copy you can rename it and edit it. Simply assign this to your Google Classroom. To look at student answers quickly and effortl

This Scavenger Hunt Activity is part of:
☑ 2017 Google Interactive Membership {GROWING BUNDLE} - Current & Future Products
This ❤ Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of working with "Interpreting the Standard Form of Quadratic Functions" . This is a BLENDED Activity as a HA

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This lesson is part of my Quadratic Functions Unit
This lesson includes 3 pages of guided notes and a 1 page assignment.
Students learn how quadratic functions help us solve equations in the order below. They will:
- Find the maximum value of a standard form quadratic algebraically, then with gr

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Students investigate quadratic functions in terms of standard, vertex and factored form and what those forms tell us about the graph and solutions to quadratic equations. Students write equations from graphs and vice versa. Also included is the second constant term using finite differences, the gene

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The goal of this activity is for students to observe that the vertex of a quadratic function can be found from the equation of the function in vertex form and that it is (h, k).
Students should already be familiar with quadratic functions in standard form and parabolas. Students should also kno

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A review over how to find the vertex from a standard form or vertex form quadratic formula. Using one of the the 2 formulas, find the vertex for the formula.
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In this discovery lesson, students learn how to convert a quadratic equation from standard form to vertex form:
• Completing the Square Method
• Shortcut Method: use h=-b/2a
*Students should have previous knowledge of standard form, vertex form, h=-b/2a, and f(-b/2a)
YES! Two versions are included

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Also included in: Quadratic Functions Unit Bundle (Algebra 2 Curriculum)

Many high school students still enjoy coloring and doodling!
These coloring note sheets can be used for a guided lesson, as an assignment, review activity, or as a study guide. Students fill in the blanks, complete practice problems, and spend some extra time reviewing with the chance to color,

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Practice quadratics with math centers. At each center, a guide sheet leads students through a new concept. Then, task cards provide practice. Answers for task cards are provided.
Overview of Centers
Center 1: Finding the Vertex
Students use the formula for axis of symmetry to find the vertex. T

Also included in: Quadratic Functions Unit Bundle, Common Core

Students will:-Identify key features of graphs of quadratic functions.-Graph quadratic functions in standard form using a table of values.-Graph quadratic functions from standard form by finding the axis of symmetry, vertex, and y-intercept.Includes everything you need to teach this lesson in one fo

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Students are given quadratic equations and they need to find the vertex.
This sort is designed for students to work individually, in pairs, or small groups.
This matching game now has 4 versions.
* Equations in Vertex Form
* Equations in Standard Form
* Equations in Factored Form (recently added

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Also included in: Solving Quadratic Equations Bundle~Completing the Square~Calculator

"There are so many steps, I don't know what to do when!" Does that sound familiar? This graphic organizer helps students breaks down the steps for identifying a, b, and c, finding the axis of symmetry and vertex, the y-intercept, then graphing the parabola. Having the students fill in the boxes of t

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