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The goal of this discovery activity is for students to observe the effect that the values of “a” and “c” have on the graph of a quadratic function in standard form. (NOTE: Only includes functions of the form ax^2 and x^2+c)
It would be helpful if students are already familiar with quadratic functi

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Guided notes teaching how to find the vertex and discriminant in standard form, and graphing quadratics using the end behavior, algebraically found x- and y-intercepts, and the reflection of the y-intercept. Emphasis is on non-calculator based learning and graphing. The performance of understanding

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This is a three column step by step chart on how to graph the three different forms of a quadratic function.

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This video is a flash video.
This video show a method for graphing a quadratic equation in standard form. It show how to find the vertex and 2 additional points, then how to use the axis of symmetry to find 2 additional points.

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: End of Year: Algebra I Activities Bundle

Students graph quadratic functions from standard and vertex forms in this math pennant activity. After graphing, students identity the graph's vertex and state whether it is a maximum or minimum or identify the graph's zeros. All given equations can be factored. Some have a values that are greater t

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Also included in: Quadratic Functions Bundle

Have you seen the preview?
This Scavenger Hunt is part of : BUNDLE - Standard and Vertex form of Quadratic Functions
This activity will allow students to move around the room. There are 16 cards with 16 different problems assessing the understanding of Characteristics of the Standard Form of Qu

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This chart could be used to check for the understanding of the KEY FEATURES of the Standard Form of the quadratic function. For each of the quadratic functions provided, students will need to (after finding a, b, & c):
1. Find the vertex
2. Find the equation of the Axis of Symmetry
3. Find the

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If you want your students to understand how to convert a quadratic from standard form to completed square form, this pack is for you!
It contains:
1. Warm-Up Activities
Before students can understand the phrase 'completing the square' they need to be able to write expressions to describe the area

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In this lesson, students learn how to graph quadratic functions from standard form and cover the following topics:
• Identify the standard form of a quadratic
• Define vocabulary: parabola, axis of symmetry, and vertex
• Steps to graph a quadratic from standard form
• Decide if a quadratic opens up

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

Graphing Quadratics has never been this much fun! This Algebra 1 I Can Math Game focuses on graphing quadratics, and provides students with practice in the form of multiple choice or short answer questions. QR codes (optional) make this game even more interactive as students get immediate feedback

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This graphic organizer uses the Frayer Model concept with modifications. It can be used as a review guide before a test or it could also be used instead of notes; students actually prefer this type of note taking format. It also can be used as a foldable for an interactive notebook.
It includes th

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This powerpoint begins with a warm up having students evaluate a quadratic expression for a given value of x. Next, they are formally introduced to a standard form quadratic equation. This is followed by an embedded video demonstrating how to graph a quadratic by creating an x y table. Students a

This is an in-depth Note Guide that students can use as guided notes when learning how to graph quadratic functions. The note guide is broken up into 3 main parts - Standard Form, Vertex Form, & Intercept Form. The note guide discusses the similarities between the 3 forms and the differences, an

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This product contains 8.5 x 11 Posters on Vertex Form and Standard Form. This includes a color and black and white.
Want to enlarge this poster?
Using Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (free), click on print.
Under “Page Size & Handling,” click on “Poster”
You can enlarge the poster to print over multi

Pleased to share my power point on Graphing Quadratic Functions with other teachers of mathematics who are looking for a clear presentation with a creative flare!
* The following lesson begins with the Standard Form of a Quadratic Function, explaining how it is written and the significance of a, b

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This is a "how to" for graphing quadratics. I have included all three forms of a quadratic: standard form, vertex form, and intercept form. These step by step instructions help all of my students keep graphing quadratics straight from form to form.

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Students will practice writing equations of parabolas in Vertex Form, and then converting to Standard Form. This is a fun way to get students to do lots of practice! They will do 12 problems as they move around the room. Students tend to be really engaged and don't even realize how much hard work

- In this digital activity, students will identify the zeros of the function by through equations in standard form
- Students should know how to factor to complete this activity. There are 16 equations in standard form.
- All students and teachers using this activity must have a free Google accoun

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Use this resource to practice graphing quadratic equations with two, one and no solutions. Download and print three worksheets to increase student confidence and knowledge on graphing quadratics written in standard form. Each worksheet includes space for students to show their work and to explain th

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Also included in: Quadratic Equations Bundle

This lesson is part of my Quadratic Functions Unit
This lesson includes 3 pages of guided notes and a 1 page assignment.
Students learn about quadratic functions in standard form in the order below. They will:
- Learn standard form
- Make a table to discover the shape of f(x) = x^2
- Visually

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This activity requires students to identify how a parabola opens and identify the y-intercept from a quadratic in standard form. Then it requires students to factor and solve the quadratic to identify the x-intercepts. Lastly, it has students cut out the correct graph based on the information they

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This foldable introduces students to graphing quadratics. The foldable includes the vertex and the standard form. It also includes the vertex formula, points out axis of symmetry, the vertex on the graph, how to tell if the parabola opens up or down from the equation, and how to find the zeros on a

This document describes what a quadratic function is. I have also described how quadratic equations are solved and finally, I present some applications of quadratic functions.
In it you will find the following ideas.
I. Quadratic Functions in Standard Form
II. Solving Quadratic equations
a.)

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