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Print, laminate and cut out the cards (32 cards total – 4 cards per Quadratic Function).
Each student gets one card. Each card will have either the equation, the vertex, a pair of intercepts, or the graph of a side-ways quadratic function. Have the students interact with each other for a time, shar

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Print, laminate and cut out the cards (32 cards total – 4 cards per Quadratic Function).
Each student gets one card. Each card will have either the equation, the vertex, the y-intercept, or the graph of a quadratic function. Have the students interact with each other for a time, share the informati

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The focus of this activity is to give students the opportunity to check their understanding of different ways to represent the Transformation of the Quadratic Function. The following relationships are checked:
• Graphic Representation
• Rule in Vertex Form
• Rule in Standard Form
• Table of Values

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This activity contains nine quadratic functions and the students will match each function with their axis of symmetry, vertex, and roots. The students will get practice solving fort the axis of symmetry and making connections between it and the vertex. The students can solve the problems any way t

This matching activity gives students an opportunity to solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula and match each equation with the solution (both exact and as an approximate amount) An answer sheet is provided so that students can put each equation, the exact solution, and the approximat

Deductive Algebra (Beta 51 Lesson DRAFT):
Unit 9, Lesson 3: Matching Quadratic Equations to a Graph
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

A self-checking worksheet where students will solve a quadratic equation by using the quadratic formula which requires complex numbers and simplifying radicals. Then they match with the correct answer placing a letter or symbol in the space. When completed it will answer the question, "What did the

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Students are asked to match the graph to the quadratic equation. There are two sets. First is matching graphs to vertex form and second is graphs to standard form.

Students will match a quadratic equation on the stem to the correct leaves. On the leaves are the factored form, maximum or minimum and solutions.

This is a great activity to get students to work together in groups. Students are given 18 equations and 18 graphs and they match each equation with the correct graph. They are all quadratic functions written in standard form. You could cut up all of the pieces to have it be a hands on activity (tha

A self-checking worksheet where students will solve quadratics by factoring (or graphing) and then match with the correct answer placing a letter in the space. When completed it will answer the punchline to a joke. Not all answers will be used and some letters correspond to different solutions, th

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This matching activity matches quadratic equations in standard and vertex form with their graph. There are 4 levels to the activity, plus several alternative uses.Students can graph the equation then look for the matching graph, or they can take a graph find the matching equation. Equations are in

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Also included in: Growing Bundle~All my Algebra Activities~Quadratics~Linear~Roots~Absolute Value

With this activity, students will match quadratic inequalities with the correct graph. Then they will color the picture using their answer and the indicated color to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala! As an added bonus, the final products make fabulous classroom decor!This activity is an excelle

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Also included in: Algebra II Color by Number Bundle 1: 10 Essential Skills

Algebra that FunctionsQuadratic Functions Graphs ExplorationDo you want your students to be able to match quadratic equations to their graphs and identify the roots, zeros, line of symmetry, and vertex? Do you want your students to be able to determine if the quadratic function has a minimum or ma

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FACTORING QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS DIGITAL ACTIVITY FOR GOOGLE DRIVELooking for a fun way for your students to practice factoring quadratic equations? This fun and engaging activity is a perfect review for quadratic factoring. Students will match quadratic expressions with their factors to form a 4x4 gri

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This Quadratic Functions Card Sort Activity tests student knowledge on matching parabolic graphs with their respective equations and graph characteristics. The equations are in standard form, vertex form, and factored form. The graph characteristics include: vertex, range, intervals of increase/decr

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In this activity, students are given 12 different graphs and asked to match them with their matching quadratic equation, written in vertex form. They are solving a riddle which is "how do you get 4 suits for a dollar?" Also great for homeschooling because an answer sheet is included!
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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

This product is two sets of Task Cards- a set of 24 graphs of parabolas and a set of 24 quadratic equations. At the beginning of a Quadratics Unit students can practice the basic properties of quadratic functions- (vertex, axis of symmetry, y-intercept, wide vs skinny, opens up or down) by matching

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Quadratics: What do you know about this quadratic?
Students are given a quadratic equation and asked to work out:
- its factors
- where it crosses the axes
- what its graph would look like
- what it would be in completed square format
- where its minimum point is
They are then given three other q

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