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Conic Sections Cheat Sheet - Foldable for Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, and Hyperbola. Graph paper included!
*** UPDATED *** Now with highlighted a,b, and c lengths AND a version with parametric equations.
Create a foldable or just pass out the Conic cheat sheet, the choice is yours.
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You have several options with this sort.
Students can graph the equation then look for the matching graph, or they can take a graph find the matching equation. Equations are in both standard and vertex form. You can also have student match the equations together to work on changing equations fro

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This packet includes 79 images of quadratic graphs or parabolas. The parabolas include quadratics with "a" values of -4, -3, -2, -1, 1, 2, 3, 4 and -1/4, -1/3, -1/2, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4. Each parabola comes in pink, green, orange, black and black dashed lines. Also included are 2 parabola diagrams, plus

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"That is the most fun I've ever had in a math class!" That's what one of my students said after playing The Parabola Game. During the parabola game, I display the equation of a parabola in standard form. In small groups, the students have cards that may or may not match the displayed equation. T

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Conic Sections Flip Book (Circles, Ellipses, Hyperbolas, Parabolas)
This flip book was created to review the following concepts:
• Graphing Circles
• Graphing Ellipses
• Graphing Hyperbolas
• Graphing Parabolas
• Writing Equations of Circles
• Writing Equations of Ellipses
• Writing Equations of H

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Parabola Quadratic Functions Foldable Graphic Organizer Interactive Notebook
This is a PDF foldable that explains the Properties of a Quadratic Functions: Standard Form, Vertex Form and Intercept Form.
Note: When printed, the foldable is ideal to be used in a full sized interactive notebook. If y

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VERTEX FORM OF PARABOLAS RELAY WITH QR CODES is an activity which will help your Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 students with practice writing equations in vertex form, from graphs of parabolas The activity is designed as a relay for teams of 5 to 6 each. Students are given a parabola and must write the

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Use these eight worksheets to help students grasp the concept of graphing quadratic equations. The structured format of the handouts allows students to better understand how the different things they are being asked to do fit together.
I like to use a few problems as examples with whole group inst

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Each student will be assigned a unique quadratic equation to work with. In this project, the student will illustrate his/her understanding of the steps needed to solve and graph a quadratic equation. The student will related the quadratic equation to a real-life example which adds a twist to the p

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Introduce your class to the concept of graphing parabolas with a hands-on activity. Pennies are arranged into circles, and the results form the graph of a parabola.
This activity can be completed in one class period and also comes with an additional practice assignment. Students will practice the

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The Shifting Parabolas Scavenger Hunt was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for an Algebra 1 classroom during the Quadratic Equations unit. This scavenger hunt has students look at a set of properties of how it was flipped, stretched, or shifted up, down, left, or right, and then students create the equ

This packet includes 39 images of quadratics or parabolas depicted in real life (including some accessory images and all blacklines). The parabolas include the paths of throwing a football, kicking a soccer ball, a dolphin jumping and a suspension bridge. All images are .png files.
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I use Scavenger Hunts to review a lot of different subjects in my Algebra 1 classes. This one reviews graphing parabolas from Chapter 9 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 textbook.
This Scavenger Hunt has 12 problems. For each, the students must find the vertex, the x-intercept(s), and the y-inter

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Parabolas Conic Sections Task Cards Foldable and Quiz
This resource is designed for PreCalculus and Algebra 2. This activity will reinforce the concepts and give students the extra practice they need to fully comprehend the topic.
Included in the Lesson:
* Task Cards: There are 28 cards

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This a presentation to be used at the beginning of a unit introducing quadratic equations and parabolas. It answers that never-ending question of "How is this used in real life?" by showing pictures and examples such as parabolas in nature, architecture, and sports. There are also word problems th

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Help your students learn by doing with these Conic Section Task Cards. Simply print out this set of cards; laminate the sheets which each contain 4 cards; cut out the cards (or have your students do it); pass the cards out to the students or groups of students; and, help your students learn.
Use th

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This introductory activity is designed to help students form a better understanding of the relationship between equations of parabolas and the vertex, focus, and directrix of their graphs.(Common Core Standard G - GPE.2. Derive the equation of a parabola given a focus and directrix.)
Students are n

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Algebra 2, Algebra 2 Honors: Parabolas
This is the first lesson in a four-lesson unit on CONIC SECTIONS designed for Algebra 2 Honors students with a basic understanding of graphing and geometric properties.
The product includes everything you need to teach a rigorous lesson:
✎ Two options of a

The 6 problems included on this worksheet are designed to help students practice working with parabolas. Students use the method of completing the square to find the vertex. Students are also asked to find the axis of symmetry and whether the vertex is a maximum or a minimum.
The answers to the 6

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Students apply their knowledge of parabola characteristics to a roller coaster example. This activity requires students to show they understand key quadratic characteristics: minimums, maximums, axis of symmetry, a-values, and finding the vertex from an equation. If your students are not ready for p

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This is an AMAZING-- I may even go so far as to say MIRACULOUS-- activity! It turns a worksheet into an activity that encourages collaboration and problem-solving, while strengthening their knowledge of this unit.
This file includes a partner match-up activity for each of the following:
*Graphin

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In this set of 24 total task cards. Twelve of the cards contain an equation and 12 of the cards contain the graph of a parabola. Students will practice matching an equation of a parabola to the graph of the parabola.
In order to be successful with these task cards, students should be able to comp

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***** Click here for a video demonstration of Algebra Clue. *****
This activity is ideal to review the unit on quadratics (graphing, solving by factoring, solving by using the quadratic formula, determining the number of real solutions, and finding x-intercepts). It will get your students out of th

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This a Unit bundle of lessons/handouts on Conics. Students learn about the terminology used with all of the conics. Parabolas are introduced first involving the graphing of parabolas and applications of graphing parabolas (max/min problems). Students also analyze the axis of symmetry and vertex

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This is an activity where students work in pairs, read & follow instructions, to create an parabola on paper or waxed paper. Working together, they discover the parts of the parabola. There are also questions to answer so that each pair can discover properties of the parabola. There are simil

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Conic Sections Parabolas
This set of 16 task cards will allow your students to practice working with parabolas. Students should know the terms vertex, focus, and directrix. Students should be able to complete the square.
I have included an answer sheet that students can use to record their answe

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With this activity, students will find the vertex, minimum and/or maximum point, and the axis of symmetry for the given functions. 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

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This activity is designed as an inquiry lesson. It is in the form of a PowerPoint. Some sheets you will need printed and others can be viewed using PowerPoint to guide the lesson.
The students should have the prior knowledge of using the distance formula; solving equations involving square root

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Quadratic Functions Parabola Worksheet A-SSE.3b, A-REI.4, F-IF.7a
This is a PDF Worksheet that pertains to Quadratic Functions: Solving for the Vertex, Axis/Line of Symmetry, completing a table of input/output values and graphing the parabola.
The worksheet contains 12 problems on (2) pages.
The

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This is an introduction to graphing a parabola from a quadratic function using a table of values. Students will become familiar with the standard form of the Quadratic Function and practice graphing examples using a table of values.
This is a full lesson plan that includes a Powerpoint presentation

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This includes two levels of graphing parabolas.
One is for Algebra 1, and the beginning of Algebra 2. It is based off the quadratic in the standard form.
Two is for Algebra 2 based on the graphing form used in conic sections unit.
Both levels include a page of foldable notes for graphing a parabo

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Students are given a graph, the must identify the vertex, and x-intercepts. They use this information to find the quadratic equations (in all three formats) for the graph. Students can make posters or glue into their interactive student notebooks.
I use this package as an alternate formative asse

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This foldable illustrates graphs of parabolas that open up, down, left, and right. With each graph formulas for the vertex, foci, directrix, and focal width are given.

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I use this with Pre-calculus students as well as Algebra 2 students. Pacing can be done faster or slower. As a result, the assignments could last anywhere from 4-10 days. Some of the assignments could be adapted for 9th-10th grades.
Both horizontal and vertical parabolas are investigated in this

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This foldable covers the following properties of a parabola:
-vertex
-axis of symmetry
-domain and range
-intercepts
-interpreting intercepts
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Print front and back turing paper on the short side. Cut along the dotted lines fold to create a tabbed foldable and staple at the top.

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This is a foldable that reviews the main characteristics of a parabola, including Axis of Symmetry, Roots, and Vertex.
On one side students are to determine the characteristics graphically and on the other side students are to determine the characteristics algebraically.
This is a great foldable t

This is 2 worksheets on parabolas focusing on the directrix and the focus.
1 - Determining the equation of a parabola given the focus and the directrix. There are also some review questions of simplifying radicals and writing equations. (10 questions total)
1 - Graphing the parabola and determinin

Student needs to analyze the graph of a parabola to identify the vertex, and use it to write the equation of the parabola. Students are then given directions to transform the parabola up/down and left/right and asked to write the new equation.
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This foldable organizes notes & definitions for characteristics of parabolas. The following terms are included:
• Axis of Symmetry
• Vertex
• y- intercept
• x- intercept/ Solutions/ Roots/ Zeros
** Standard Form & Vertex Form are alo included!
Inside the foldable, students will write

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Set of 64 total task cards / matching cards. These cards have been designed to be used to review a unit on quadratic functions.
There are sixteen (16) task cards with a quadratic function and its graph. Students will then identify the vertex, axis of symmetry, the solutions (roots), y-int, domain

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Included in this zip folder are 13 PDF files. All the files are assignments. A brief description of each.
Assignment #1 is a 20 question assignment where the student must identify the number of x intercepts given a graph and equations. It is on 1 page for easy printing.
Assignment #2 is a 20 q

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I use Scavenger Hunts to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews finding the axis of symmetry and the vertex of parabolas.
This is a great way to review the subject with Algebra 1 classes, and it works well in Algebra 2 classes to let them remember this topic rather tha

In this mini-project, students use Instagram as an avenue for sharing pictures of parabolas they see in the "real world." They are required to find and share pictures of parabolas they find using a unique #hashtag.
The document contains directions AND a rubric. It is editable so it can be changed

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The parabola project helps students discover meaning behind writing quadratic equations. Students gain a clear understanding of how to transform quadratic equations and represent them in three different forms: standard, vertex, and factored forms.
Students will need access to a computer as they wi

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This worksheet contains 24 graphs of parabolas. The students must examine each graph and then write and draw the equation of the axis of symmetry of the parabola.
Picture one gives you an idea of the general layout of the worksheet. Pictures 2 and 3 give a close - up of sample questions.
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Students will calculate Preperties of Parabolas (maximum/minimum, vertex, and axis of symmetry) by analyzing quadratic equations in standard form. The answers allow the student to draw a picture.
Sample equations:
y = x² + 1
y = 4x³ - 5
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Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice finding the vertex form of a parabola, then they can learn about one of Google's founders, Sergei Brin!
Person Puzzles are designed to highlight individuals wi

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6 Examples of graphing parabolas
Identification of Vertex
Identification of 2 other coordinates
Direction of the Parabola
1 Ditto
Answer Key

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This puzzle activity is a fun way for students to practice Parabolas for Conic Sections. Students connect puzzle pieces with equations, graphs, vertices and either the directrix or axis of symmetry for each parabola. Some puzzles include blank pieces for added challenge. Great for self-checking

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This worksheet contains 24 graphs of parabolas. The students must examine each graph and then determine the coordinated of the vertex of the graph.
Picture one gives you an idea of the general layout of the worksheet. Pictures 2 and 3 give a sample question and answer, respectively, from the worksh

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Students will learn the standard form of a parabola, and how to find the vertex, focus, and directrix for both vertical and horizontal parabolas.
A 6 question worksheet/continuation of notes is included.
Doodle notes are an effective way to activate the creative side of the brain. Students spend l

This activity includes four unique worksheets that students can do in groups of four. They do the first step of graphing a parabola (finding the vertex) on their own worksheet then everyone in the group passes their worksheets clockwise. They check the previous step from their group member's paper a

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