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These math journal and/or note-taking activities introduce students to polynomials. Guided/scaffolded notes and interactive/foldable activities are perfect for Algebra students. Focused notes help students to take clear and effective notes during math lessons, can be used for introducing new topics
INTRODUCING QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS: FULL LESSONA complete lesson with everything you need to start off your quadratic unit! This intro to quadratics lesson introduces important terminology and basic information to understand quadratic functions. Lesson is led through a powerpoint presentation includ
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There are no trinomials in sight in this interactive Powerpoint introduction to factoring! It is meant to boost confidence and get students comfortable with the thinking process needed to successfully factor quadratics. Students are asked questions like "What two numbers multiply to get 6 and add to
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These Algebra notes templates are formatted as Cornell notes. They include the title of each lesson, the learning target, the two-column format, and a summary section. These notes give students definitions of key terms, detailed steps, and example problems. Each template follows the “I do, you do” f
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This FREE set of guided notes introduces key features of quadratic functions and graphs to your students. Students discover roots, x-intercepts, zeros, solutions, axis of symmetry, y-intercept, vertex, minimums & maximums! This works as a perfect introduction to Key Features & Transformation
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This is a complete unit bundle over Quadratic Functions for Algebra 2. All the work is done for you in this complete unit bundle!This bundle includes notes, activities, practice, a lesson plan, a free mid-unit quiz and a cumulative test with two forms! Save 20% by purchasing all of the resources tog
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This product contains interactive notes that introduces a unit on quadratics. The notes address identifying and finding the vertex and axis of symmetry on a graph and in a quadratic function. The notes are offered in two formats---with and without blanks. This product is part of the Factoring and
These Algebra notes templates are formatted as Cornell notes. They include the title of each lesson, the learning target, the two-column format, and a summary section. These notes give students definitions of key terms, detailed steps, and example problems. Each template follows the “I do, you do” f
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This Item is part of my Algebra 1 curriculum BUNDLE and Algebra 1 curriculum BUNDLE with GAME PACKThis product comes as a PDF and also on Google Slides. It is Unit 9 Lesson 5 "Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring."This product contains: 2 pages of notes 2
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Factoring Trinomials / Quadratics x^2+bx+c FoldableThis resource can be used as an introduction for your students to learn how to factor a trinomial of the form x^2+bx+c.This foldable has an easy guide for your students to understand when the signs of the two binomials will be the same (both positi
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This is a set of over 101 flashcards with an equation for the Factored Form of a quadratic function on one side and its associated parabola on the other side. This could be a good introduction to quadratic plots and their roots for Algebra 1 students or an additional refresher for Algebra 2 students
This is a set of over 101 flashcards with an equation for the Factored Form of a quadratic function on one side and its associated parabola on the other side. This could be a good introduction to quadratic plots and their roots for Algebra 1 students or an additional refresher for Algebra 2 students
This 10 part video series includes the following factoring skills common to high school Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 as well as college level Developmental Math 2 and Intermediate Algebra: 1. Factoring a GCF from a Polynomial 2. Factoring out a Binomial GCF 3. Factoring by Grouping 4. Factoring Binomial
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This worksheet is designed to introduce solving quadratic equations by completing the square.By this time in my Algebra 2 classes, I have already covered how to solve quadratics by graphing and by factoring. Those methods work great when you have whole number roots/solutions (and/or a graphing calcu
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This video is a great tool for preteaching, reteaching, as a supplement for one-on-one tutoring, or (my favorite) as the video component of a flipped classroom! Students will be given an introduction to the topic before being shown in-depth examples of how to solve quadratic functions by factoring.
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This product has 60 quadratic equations, each in a calculation box. For question, the students must determine: 1. Value of “a” (x^2 term coefficient) 2. Value of “b” (x term coefficient) 3. Value of “c” (constant value) 4. Determinant (b2 – 4ac) 5. Best method to use to solve the quadratic equation
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In mathematics, the logarithm is the inverse function to exponentiation. That means the logarithm of a given number x is the exponent to which another fixed number, the base b, must be raised, to produce that number x. Buy this Logarithms product to help your students understand math in a FUN way.Th
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This video lesson is perfect for sub plans, class activities, math centers, remedial help, or flipping your class. This video lesson introduces students to quadratics. In particular, your students will be able to...Identify the curve of a quadratic function as a parabolaExplain why a quadratic equat
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This is the fifth lesson (in a series of 6) that I created to introduce my students to quadratic functions. This lesson covers: multiplying two binomials using a 2-way table, and given a factored quadratic and a quadratic in vertex form--finding the vertex, the x and y-intercepts, and the stretch
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I use these guided notes in conjunction with Algebra Tiles. First I talk to the class about Al-Khwarizmi his life, where he lived, ect. Then I give each student his/her own set of algebra tiles and I guide the students through each of the problems. As we work, I have the students draw a diagram o
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This is the sixth lesson (in a series of 6) that I created to introduce my students to quadratic functions. This lesson covers: identifying quadratic, linear and exponential expressions, given one form of a quadratic (graph, table of values, vertex form, or standard form) and then coming up with the
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This is the fourth lesson (in a series of 6) that I created to introduce my students to quadratic functions. This lesson covers: factoring a trinomial quadratic into two binomials, and simplifying radical expressions that have numbers and variables.
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Rather than introducing quadratics as something completely new, this approach helps students to understand closure of linear functions through addition, but not through multiplication (where the degree of each linear is one). Additionally, it drives home multiple-representation of functions with no
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Deductive Algebra (Beta 51 Lesson DRAFT): Unit 8, Lesson 3: Solve Complex Quadratic Equations This is a lesson draft linked to online practice (mcpeak.co). When the final version of this lesson is released with online solutions, those resources will be automatically available as a free update for a
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