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This worksheet allows students to practice graphing quadratic functions in all 3 forms- standard, vertex, and intercept. There are 3 practice problems per quadratic form Answer key is included Copyright Notice: This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one
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This is level 2/mastery level activity. This means that all graphs have integers values for the vertex. The equation/functions are in standard form f(x)= ax^2 +bx+c with a ={-3, -2, -1, -1/2, 1/2, 1, 2, 3}This activity is designed to help students with graphing quadratic equations or functions.
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Many high school students still enjoy coloring and doodle notes! Use these Graphing Quadratic Functions in Standard form, Vertex form, and Factored Form Coloring Note Sheets (or Doodle Notes) for an engaging, FUN note activity / graphic organizer / review in your high school math classroom.This col
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Assessing your students has never been easier! This digital activity on the Graphs of Quadratics is designed with Google Forms™ which means it is NO PREP for you. There are 12 questions which will be graded automatically for you. Use as an assessment, HW, or paperless worksheet. All you have to do i
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7 Walk Around Activity - Great for Differentiation Graphing Standard Form - 2 Levels (a=1 and a=anything) - 2 Versions of each Graphing Vertex Form - 2 Levels (a=1 and a=anything) - 2 Versions of each Graphing Intercept/Factored Form - 1 Level (a=anything) - 2 Versions of each Graphing w
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Six rounds provide practice or review graphing quadratic equations in vertex form. The activity includes identifying the vertex, maximum, minimum, x-intercept(s) and y-intercept.Separate students into groups of four and give each student their own copy of Round 1. Students should discuss the probl
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This worksheet allows students to graph quadratic functions that begin in factored, vertex, or standard form. I use it as a supplement to Chapter 5 of my Prentice Hall Algebra 2 book and Chapter 10 of my Prentice Hall Algebra 1 book. It also asks for key features of the function such as: x-interce
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This 12- question, self-grading assignment provides students with practice working with standard form of a quadratic function. The form is organized by the following types of questions:#1-3: Vertex Form--> it's graph#4-6: Graph --> Vertex Form of a Quadratic Function#7-9: Standard Form-->
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This handout has 3 problems, each of which has 6 parts. It covers Quadratics that are in Standard Form, Vertex Form, and Intercept Form. The 6 different parts are a) opens up or down? b) vertex c) y-intercept d) axis of symmetry e) x-intercepts f) table & graph.
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A foldable for Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 that covers the standard, vertex, and factored forms of quadratic equations. There are explanations on what each of the parameters mean for each of the three forms and there is an example of the same problem graphed using all three forms. Both a completely fill
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This is a worksheet with real world scenarios that the students have to solve in groups with little to no teacher assistance. The scenarios include evaluating graphs of height versus time parabolas and answering corresponding questions, plus an additional question where they have to disprove an inco
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Algebra: Graphing Quadratics Using All Three Forms Quick Practice Freebie! This is a 5 question quick practice sheet on graphing quadratics using all three forms (Standard, Factored and Vertex). Students are given all three forms of a quadratic equation and asked to find the 1. Vertex 2. Axis o
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You have several options with this sort.Students can graph the equation then look for the matching graph, or they can take a graph find the matching equation. Equations are in both standard and vertex form. You can also have student match the equations together to work on changing equations from one
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Quadratic Functions (Standard Form, Vertex Form, and Graphs) Triples ActivityThis is a great way for students to practice identifying the graph, vertex form, and standard form of a quadratic function. There are 30 total cards. Once matched, there will be 10 sets of three cards. Each set contains o
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**SEE THE PREVIEW AND FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF WHY WE ARE THE ORIGINAL AND THE #1 ESCAPE ROOM MATERIAL USED BY THOUSANDS OF TEACHERS AND SCHOOLS**INCLUDES: 1) Escape Room Activity2) Handout Material3) Lesson Plan On Subject 4) Power Point Presentation5) Promotional Videos 6) How-To Video7) Count Downs
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This package has been designed for multiple uses from Graphing Quadratic Equations in all forms to Rewriting Equations to different forms. Great for differentiation. Included: * 18 quadratic graphs in 2 sizes: 6 per page and 1 per page * 18 equations in each format (standard, vertex, and factored
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This is a foldable that covers the 3 forms of equations of a quadratic: standard form, vertex form and factored form. The student can very easily put the foldable together by folding and making a few cuts. The 3 forms of a quadratic are labeled on the outside. The inside of the flaps are labeled wit
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This foldable provides an overview for graphing quadratics. There are 10 examples within the foldable, organized in the following manner: • 1. Parent Quadratic Function • 2. Reflection of the Parent Quadratic Function • 3. Vertical Translation (Up) • 4. Vertical Translation (Down) • 5. Horizontal
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This is mastery level activity. Student graph quadratic functions in vertex form f(x)= a(x-h)^2 +k . All graphs have integers values for the vertex and the a-value = {-3, -2, -1, -1/2, 1/2, 1/3, 1, 2, 3}This activity is designed to help students with graphing quadratic equations or functions. This
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Quadratics Review Packet Designed for practice in class and/or as homework, this worksheet packet addresses quadratics thoroughly: includes factoring, solving, graphing, and applications for quadratics in standard, vertex, and intercept forms. Easy to customize for Algebra 1, Algebra 2, or even Col
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This collection of 7 functions could be used to analyze the Vertex Form of the quadratic function. These 7 activities maybe used: In Centers Exit Ticket Maze Bell Work Pair Share For each of the quadratic functions provided, students will need to: 1. Find the vertex 2. Find the equation of the
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Quadratic Functions Review Card Match (16 problems)...Objective: Students will group cards by quadratic functions by identifying the function written in 4 ways: Standard Form, Vertex Form, Graph and Parts of the Graph. Includes: 1- 36 Cards 2- Student Recording Sheets 3- Answer Keys Excellent re
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This is a flip-book that covers 3 methods for solving a quadratic equation: by factoring, graphing and the quadratic formula. The front page asks the student to fill in the definition of a quadratic equation and what it means to solve. Then they label each page at the bottom (see preview for pic). F
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This is a set of 32 matching task cards.The cards are broken into 4 categories:1. Function2. Table3. Graph4. VertexAll of the quadratic functions are shown in vertex form. I would recommend printing the pages with the flipping side being the shorter side so that the answer key coding is on the
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