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This download includes 20 task cards with and without QR codes to identify intervals where a polynomial graph is increasing or decreasing and where it is positive and negative.
There are 8 questions that ask for x-values where the graph is increasing or decreasing and 8 cards that ask for x-values

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Students will use their graphing calculator to identify patterns among the end behavior of polynomial functions. Students will then use the patterns they found to make conjectures about end behavior. They will finally test their conjectures using the parent function of polynomials they know (i.e.

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This activity will have students working with polynomial theory - using graphs to write functions, looking for rational, real, and complex zeros, and there's even a little practice with synthetic division and the remainder theorem.
Students will be engaged by the scavenger-hunt feel of this self-ch

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Students use a graphing calculator to graph various polynomial functions. After completing the activity, students should be able to discover the relationship between the degree, lead coefficient and the end behavior of a function. An extension calculator activity on Multiplicity is also included.

Help guide your students to better understanding with these guided notes covering Polynomial Functions and their graphs! The notes covers Local and Global minimum and maximum points, and writing the intervals where the graphs are increasing or decreasing. A use tool will help you save time because s

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This graphic organizer provides a process chart for students who are learning to graph polynomial functions in factored form. The process, while not mathematically challenging for most advanced algebra students, can be overwhelming because of the amount of information needed to complete the process.

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This four flap foldable reviews key features of polynomial graphs. Key features include: Degree, X and Y-Intercepts, Local Minimum and Maximum, and End Behavior. Students find all key features for one example and then graph the polynomial using the key features in the end. I hope you enjoy!
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- Identifying a polynomial function
- Determine degree of polynomial
- Determine whether graph represents a polynomial function
- Leading coefficient test for end behavior
- Multiplicity and zero’s
- Intermediate value theorem

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This video lesson teaches students about non-linear functions.
In particular, your students will learn...
* How to write a function in functional notation
* How to evaluate functions written in functional notation
* How to use the vertical line test to determine whether or not a graph is a funct

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- Identifying a polynomial function
- Determine degree of polynomial
- Determine whether graph represents a polynomial function
- Leading coefficient test for end behavior
- Multiplicity and zero’s
- Intermediate value theorem

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- Identifying a polynomial function
- Determine degree of polynomial
- Determine whether graph represents a polynomial function
- Leading coefficient test for end behavior
- Multiplicity and zero’s
- Intermediate value theorem

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- Determining symmetry algebraically and graphically
- Graphing polynomial functions
- Determine zero’s and multiplicity from graphs

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- Determining symmetry algebraically and graphically
- Graphing polynomial functions
- Determine zero’s and multiplicity from graphs

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- Determining symmetry algebraically and graphically
- Graphing polynomial functions
- Determine zero’s and multiplicity from graphs

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- Identifying a polynomial function
- Determine degree of polynomial
- Determine whether graph represents a polynomial function
- Leading coefficient test for end behavior
- Multiplicity and zero’s
- Intermediate value theorem
- Determining symmetry algebraically and graphically
- Graphing polynomia

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Polynomial Functions (Algebra 2 Curriculum - Unit 5)
This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, three quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics:
• Operations with Monomials (exponent rules review)
• Classifying Polynomials
• Operations with Polynomials (add, sub

This HUGE (over 550 pages) Algebra 2 bundle contains a full-year of scaffolded notes and interactive notebook activities for 15 units of study, perfect for Algebra 2 students. There are over 195 scaffolded note activities that contain sample teacher answer keys. Example problems are solved on the s

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These two sorting activities will help your students practice identifying end behaviors for polynomial functions. They will classify each function according to its end behavior using cards with a mix of equations, explanations, and graphs.
** This resource is also available as part of a DISCOUNTED

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********* If you have purchased our Algebra 2 Bundle you already have a lot of the material contained in this packet. We have a separate small bundle of the Pre-Calculus items that are not included in the Algebra 2 Bundle so that you can purchase the additional notes for Pre-Calc that are not includ

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Algebra 2 Polynomial Sort and Match Task Cards
Here's a task card activity to get your students in Algebra 2 and Pre-Calculus thinking about Polynomial Functions. There are 10 graph cards, 10 description cards, 10 equation cards, and 10 zeros cards. Students work cooperatively to match each graph

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Graphing Polynomial Functions Flip Book
This flip book was created to be used as a stations activity to provide extra practice with graphing polynomial functions and identifying the following key characteristics:
Turning Points (Relative Minimum and Relative Maximum), Increasing Intervals, Decreas

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I use Scavenger Hunts to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews finding all the zeros (roots) of a polynomial function. There are 14 questions. Each is a polynomial of degree 3 or 4. The answers include rational, irrational, and complex roots. Some can be factored, bu

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This unit covers classifying polynomials, operations, graphing, factoring, solving, and theorems.
What will be included in this resource bundle?
• Can You Do Math in the Real World - Polynomial Functions
• Video Warm-Ups, Notes (discover and/or guided), and Homework:
Lesson 6.1 - Introduction to P

✐ This product is a NO PREP- SELF CHECKING & INDEPENDENT PRACTICE
This resource is a great packet for:
❤ Homework ❤
❤ Review any time during the year ❤
❤ use with substitute teachers ❤
❤ use during winter/spring break ❤
❤ reteaching the concepts ❤
❤ early finishers ❤
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Polynomial and Rational Functions (Pre-Calculus Curriculum - Unit 3)
This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, four quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics:
• Graphing Power Functions
• Graphing Power Functions with Negative Exponents
• Graphing Power Fun

Students will solve problems related to polynomial functions to answer multiple choice questions. Topics include: polynomial division, zeros/roots of polynomials, multiplicity, maximum turning points, and reading graphs.
Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the r

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Graphing Polynomial Functions Scavenger Hunt
This walk around activity will help students practice identifying the key characteristics of polynomial functions and connecting those characteristics to graphs. Students begin the activity by choosing any one of the graphs posted around the classroom, a

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Graphs and Properties and of Functions Bundle - Use as Interactive notebook pages, stations, worksheets, or Task Cards. Use some now and save some for an assessment. Mix and match for end of unit. You can use as warm ups and exits also. Students love these as many are in Doodle Note style. Answe

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This 16 pages packet allows for the investigating the end behavior of a polynomial functions. It is recommended to place students in groups and allow for the investigation using a graphing utility (or computer programs such as GSP). Then, the class is brought together to work on the packet and dis

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This is the third lesson in an eight-lesson unit on Polynomial, Power & Rational Functions for students enrolled in Pre-Calculus Honors.
Students will be able to:
★ Graph polynomial functions and predict their end behavior
★ Find real zeros using a graphing utility or an algebraic method
The

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Are you having trouble getting your students to take effective notes during math lessons? Are you looking for quick activities that can be completed in a math journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you. Please check out our full-length preview

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A game modeled after the tv show "The Weakest Link". Students in groups try to answer each problem correctly and earn as many points as possible. If a team answers correctly and hasn't banked their earnings, they loose all of there points.
Topics include zeros, end behaviors, multiple zeros, numb

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PreCalculus Polynomial Task Cards Activity
This is an activity with 54 task cards meant for Polynomial and Rational Functions in Pre-Calculus. There are four stations with 6 sets of cards to match in each station. Every station has a focus topic. These include Domain & Range, Function Behav

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This Exit Ticket product is part of Exit Ticket - BUNDLE POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS
In this exit ticket, the understanding of analyzing polynomial functions is checked.
There are a total of 6 exit tickets in this file detailed as follows:
Pg 2. Answer Key to Exit Tickets (Total: 6)
Pg 3. Determining

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This foldable organizes 10 examples for the following skills:
• Writing a Polynomial in Factored Form
• Finding zeros of a Polynomial Functions & Graphing it
• Writing a Polynomial from its Zeros
Works great for guided practice, as a collaborative class work assignment, or even a homework a

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This task guides students to discover the relationships between the degree and leading coefficient of a polynomial function and specific characteristics of the graph such as the domain, range, end behaviors, turning points, and extrema. Students analyze the graphs of 13 different polynomial functio

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Are you frustrated by traditional textbooks? I sure am!! I do not issue my students a traditional textbook anymore in any of my classes. This product is Unit #3 of the book that I use for my Pre-AP* Pre-calculus course. It is a collection of daily lessons that are student-centered in nature, hom

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This is a FREE lesson in the unit on Functions and Graphs for students enrolled in PreCalculus. The lesson includes a fully-editable Smart Notebook lesson and an four-page Folded Book style Foldable© inspired by the work of Dinah Zike, and is used by permission.
You might be interested in my Revie

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Graphing polynomial practice as well as writing polynomials given the graph, identifying zeros, multiplicity, and end behavior. Some problems give zeros and end behavior and ask students to graph and write the equation. Some problems give the standard form of the polynomial and require the student t

Graphs of Polynomial and Rational Functions Stations Maze
In this activity, students will practice finding information from graphs of polynomial and rational functions. Students will answer questions about multipliicity, graphs, end behavior, and asymptotes. Some of the questions give graphs and

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42-item teacher-lead inquiry into properties and behavior of Polynomial Functions. Best used at the beginning of a unit on polynomial functions (before demonstrating how to solve textbook problems), this activity invites students to use inductive reasoning and class discussion to discover the big id

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This is the introductory lesson in an eight-lesson unit on POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS. Designed for Algebra 2 Honors students with a basic understanding of polynomials,
The product includes everything you need to teach a rigorous lesson:
✎ Two options of an 8-page Bound-Book Foldable®
✎ SMART Board® Pr

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Great sheet on graphing polynomial functions and analyzing them. The front is analyzing, and the back is graphing them. Analyzing the behavior, degree and roots. PLEASE, LOOK FOR THIS WORKSHEET UNDER MY LISTINGS.. I'VE FIXED THIS WORKSHEET AND MADE IT EVEN BETTER. PLUS, I'VE ADDED AN EXTRA DOUBLE

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This is a short activity that involves graphing and all the characteristics that students may need for Algebra 2.
A graph activity that allow students to gain understanding in graphing polynomials and understanding of the characteristics.
A great closing activity once the lesson is complete or ca

This Bundle is part of : 2017 Google Drive Algebra I, Algebra II, & Geometry Products
Thank you for your interest in this Google Interactive Bundle. This bundle focuses on following concepts of Polynomial Function:
☑ Classification of Polynomials & End Behavior
☑ Transformation of Cubic

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In this project, students learn how to use polynomial function to model roller coaster rides. In this first part, they are given some polynomial functions to find the relative maximum/minimum, increasing/decreasing intervals, x- and y-intercepts, etc. They will explore the average rate of change. In

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This unit includes my listings titled Polynomial Functions Lessons 1-7 and Polynomial Functions Lesson 2 and 4 Quiz. When purchased as a unit, you save $6!
General topics covered in this unit are: identifying polynomials, graphing polynomials, polynomial long division, synthetic division, remaind

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My students love this graphic organizer format! The Polynomial Functions Graphic Organizer is a fun way for students to learn and organize their knowledge about polynomials. The graphic organizer has places for the equation, graph, degree, number of possible roots, maximum number of turning points,

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Polynomial Functions - Real World Applications: these handouts challenge students to apply their algebra skills in real world situations. The applications can be used as a way to measure student growth or for review.
Topics included are:
• Graph and evaluate polynomial functions
• Identify minima a

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BE Interactive™ Polynomial Functions Digital Foldable - Google™ Edition
Are your Algebra 2 students working in a 1:1 environment? Are you going digital? Here's a resource designed especially for you! My BE Interactive™ Foldable is designed to work with Google Slides, Google Docs, and MSOnedrive w

This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Polynomial Functions
This maze is a good review of Analyzing Polynomial Functions. Before playing this maze, students are expected to be familiar with:
- The domain of a polynomial function
- How to find the y-intercept
- How to find the zeros (u

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