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Graphing Polynomial Functions Flip Book
This flip book was created to be used as a stations activity to provide extra practice with graphing polynomial functions and identifying the following key characteristics:
Turning Points (Relative Minimum and Relative Maximum), Increasing Intervals, Decreas

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A game modeled after the tv show "The Weakest Link". Students in groups try to answer each problem correctly and earn as many points as possible. If a team answers correctly and hasn't banked their earnings, they loose all of there points.
Topics include zeros, end behaviors, multiple zeros, numb

Graphing polynomial practice as well as writing polynomials given the graph, identifying zeros, multiplicity, and end behavior. Some problems give zeros and end behavior and ask students to graph and write the equation. Some problems give the standard form of the polynomial and require the student t

Great sheet on graphing polynomial functions and analyzing them. The front is analyzing, and the back is graphing them. Analyzing the behavior, degree and roots. PLEASE, LOOK FOR THIS WORKSHEET UNDER MY LISTINGS.. I'VE FIXED THIS WORKSHEET AND MADE IT EVEN BETTER. PLUS, I'VE ADDED AN EXTRA DOUBLE

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Graphing Polynomial Functions Scavenger Hunt
This walk around activity will help students practice identifying the key characteristics of polynomial functions and connecting those characteristics to graphs. Students begin the activity by choosing any one of the graphs posted around the classroom, a

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Great packet on graphing polynomial functions, analyzing polynomial functions(degree, coefficient) and more. There's 1 double sided worksheet on analyzing poly functions, describing end behavior given graphed poly, degree, roots, etc. 1 double sided sheet on graphing polynomials by hand, and describ

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Graphing Polynomial Functions Activity: Quick Questions is an activity that helps students identify and correct common math mistakes! It is great for reviewing multiple concepts before a quiz or test. Students have fantastic conversations during this activity and the best part is that it’s so quick

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Two great double sided worksheets. The first, covers analyzing graphed polynomial functions and their end behavior, plus degree and zeros. This really helps students with end behavior and domain and range concept. The backside has students graph polynomial functions by hand.
The second double sid

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This game is designed to get students moving around the room while they practice writing equations for polynomial graphs. I use this after I've introduced polynomial graphs to get my students a little more comfortable with them. Students do not have to calculate stretch factors, so they can focus

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12/2/18 I added Assignment #3A which is a 40 question assignment available at socrative.comThese assignments are in factored/intercept form.Included in this zip folder are 8 PDF files. 4 files are for instruction and 4 files are assignments. A brief description of each:Instruction file #1 is a 44 p

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This is an assessment that I use for my Algebra 2 class in the middle of the third unit. Topics include sketching the general shape of graphs, writing functions given graphs, writing polynomials given zeros (real and imaginary solutions), finding all factors and zeros of polynomials (degrees of 3 an

Students learn math concepts best when discovering mathematical patterns on their own rather than being told by the teacher. This activity is designed for students to discover how to graph polynomials in factored form. It covers quadratic, cubic, and quartic polynomial functionsPrerequisites1. Stud

12/2/18 I added Assignment #3A which is a 40 question assignment available at socrative.comThese assignments are in factored/intercept form.Included in this zip folder are 8 SMART Notebook files. 4 files are for instruction and 4 files are assignments. A brief description of each:Instruction file #

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This document contains a walk around activity that reinforces the concepts of graphing and properties of polynomial functions. 8 polynomial pictures are given, along with various recording sheets. Hang each of the 8 polynomial pictures around the room. Students must identify mat

Graphing Polynomial Functions (Kagan Round Robin/Centers)Kagan Round Robin Activity In teams of up to 4 (preferable), students write a response on their own piece of paper. Students then pass their papers clockwise so each teammate can add to the prior responses. Each student will get practice dete

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Algebra, PrecalculusGraphing polynomial functionsThis assignment has 11 problems.End behavior, intercepts, turning points, maximum and minimums, domain and range, and intervals of the domain are discussed.Students will use their graphing calculator and many of the TRACE features to do this assignmen

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12/2/18 I added Assignment #3A which is a 40 question assignment available at socrative.comThese assignments are in factored/intercept form.Included in this zip folder are 8 Power Point files. 4 files are for instruction and 4 files are assignments. A brief description of each:Instruction file #1 i

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This activity is designed for students to practice graphing a polynomial function in factored form. It covers polynomials of degrees 2-6.Prerequisites1. Students have learned the basics of functions2. Students have learned functional notation3. Students have been introduced to polynomial functions4

I use this activity in Honors Algebra 2. This is a Pre-AP course and students are introduced to the concepts of instantaneous rate of change, equations of tangent lines, and equations that represent the slope at any point on the curve (derivatives). The goal is for early exposure to the these conc

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Students must work with a partner using the Rational Root Theorem and the Remainder Theorem to identify four points on their cubic polynomial. Using the points to set up a system of equations and a system of matrices they solve for the coefficients and constant term of the polynomial that passes th

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Students will create their own polynomial function, identify its key features, graph it, and answer questions to assess their knowledge of polynomial functions. There is a link included to give you access to an editable Google Doc.

In this worksheet, the student will be... 1) working with polynomial and synthetic division 2) graphing polynomial functions3) working with complex numbers4) decode the pun: "THERE ARE THREE KINDS OF PEOPLE IN THE WORLD-"NoCalc PreCalc Mathacrostics, by Value Added Publishing will be the fifth book

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Introducing how to graph polynomial functions? This is a great outline for students to help students and teacher organize their classwork.

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