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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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❤ ❤ ❤ 5/26/16: This product is updated with 10 additional Relay Race questions on Graphing Quadratic Functions given in VERTEX FORM❤ ❤ ❤
Relay Race 1 - 10: Quadratic Function written in Standard Form
Relay Race (1 - 10) activities reviews the understanding of graphing quadratic functions. The p

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Vertex Form and Factored Form of Quadratic Equations Task Cards
Students will practice working with the vertex form and factored form of a quadratic equation by working through these 24 task cards. This activity was created for students to see the connections between the forms, write the forms, c

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Don't forget to check out the preview!!! (This product is updated with additional cards on 10/6/15)
These task cards are designed to assess the understanding of the important features of the Vertex form (VF) and Standard form (SF) of the Quadratic Functions (QF). There are a total of 28 Task Cards

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In this lesson, students learn how to graph quadratic functions from vertex form and cover the following topics:
• Identify and understand the vertex form of a quadratic
• Graph quadratics from vertex form - algebraically
• Graph quadratics from vertex form using transformations (graphic organizer f

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

This 8- question worksheet provides students with organized practice graphing quadratics in Vertex Form. Students will first identify the vertex and then complete a table of values in order to graph the parabola. I have also provided an option that does not include the function table.
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This is a double-sided notes page on Vertex Form of Quadratic Functions. TEKS Aligned: A6BThe notes begin with the vertex form equation and defining (h, k), (x, y) and "a". Next, four examples are provided where the student is given a quadratic function in vertex notation and has to identify the ve

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Also included in: Quadratics Unit Bundle (A6A, A6B, A7A, A7C)

This inquiry resource will introduce students to parabolas, the parent function, shifts to the graph, vertex form, and standard form. The discovery stations, lessons, and practice problems give an in depth study of vertex form.
The resource includes the following 7 parts:
•Intro: Students graph

Also included in: Quadratic Functions Unit Bundle, Common Core

This EMOJI activity is included inEMOJI - BUNDLE Interpreting the Vertex Form of Quadratic Functions** This activity is available as a "GOOGLE INTERACTIVE" product HERE**✐ This product is a NO PREP-SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Identifying the Transformation of Quadratic Functions

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE Transformation of Functions [Quad, Abs Val, ...] - 9 EMOJIS

Quadratic Functions Standard Form to Vertex Form Worksheet A-SSE.3, F-IF.7a
This is a (1) page PDF worksheet requires a student to convert a Quadratic Function in Standard Form to Vertex Form after identifying the vertex.
The worksheet contains (12) problems and the answer key is included.
The w

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In this activity students will match a quadratic function in vertex form with its axis of symmetry, vertex, and graph. The students can either have the answers as pieces that have to be matched together or they can have a list of everything and match them together that way. This activity will help

Vertex Form Quadratic Functions – Identify the vertex, axis of symmetry, extrema, and domain/range of quadratic functions in vertex form in this ♫ Musical Groups Activity.
♬ Must add Music! ♬
Students each armed with one transformation card mingle around the perimeter of the room while music pum

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This is a one-sided practice page on converting a quadratic equation from vertex form to standard form with 9 questions.
The student is given an equation in vertex form and first asked to identify the vertex of the quadratic. Next, they convert the equation from vertex form to standard form.
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Also included in: Algebra 1 Coloring Activities Bundle

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EMOJI - BUNDLE Interpreting the Vertex 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 Vertex Form". Students will work with 12 Questions where questio

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In this exploration, students will use their knowledge of transformations of parent functions to discover the vertex form of quadratic functions. By describing how the parent function has shifted or reflected, students will write equations for four transformed parabolas and identify the vertex of e

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This lesson is part of my Quadratic Functions Unit
This lesson includes 2 pages of guided notes and a 1 page assignment.
Students learn about quadratic functions in vertex form in the order below. They will:
- Learn vertex form and how to recognize the vertex and line of symmetry
- Visually lea

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This 4 Day set of notes & practice will guide your students into a deep, rich understanding of key features and transformations of quadratic functions in vertex form. Students will learn how to identify the vertex from quadratic functions in vertex form, as well as explore quadratic transformati

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The topics included are the following:
Graphing the Parent Function y= x^2 using a table of values
Graphing translations of the parent function using a table of values
Identifying the Vertex from the graph
Identifying the Axis of Symmetry from the graph
Identifying the Minimun and Maximum valu

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EMOJI - BUNDLE Interpreting the Vertex Form of Quadratic Functions
✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Identifying the Range of a Quadratic Function given the Vertex Form". Students will work with 12 Questions where ques

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Looking for a fun activity that is self=checking, collaborative and practices converting between standard form of a quadratic and vertex form? This is a set of 15 problems that need to be cut apart, reassembled in the correct order and fastened together like a chain until the end is reached.
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Graphing Quadratics from Vertex Form Packet include:
**Worksheet: Graphing Quadratics from Vertex Form
**Worksheet: Graphing from Standard Form & Identifying the Vertex
**Worksheet: Completing the Square: Change from Standard to Vertex
**Worksheet: Factoring Review – GCF, Diff of Squares, Tr

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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.
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Algebra 1 Relay Activities Bundle
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Also included in: Algebra 1 Relay Activities Bundle

Included in this zip folder are 6 PDF files. Each is over converting standard to vertex form for parabolas. The assignments can printed and done in class or can be done at socrative.com. The share numbers are included in the files. A brief description of each:
Assignment #1 is a 15 question file.

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Introduce all quadratic forms (standard, intercept and vertex) with this mini-bundle. Your students will have a quick reference guide with half-page guided notes that can be glued in their notebooks or made as a packet. Also included, you will find no prep worksheets that focus on a variety of topic

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