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A great way to help students explore how changes in the quadratic equations transform the graph. This exploration allows students to graph various equations in vertex form using the table function of a graphing calculator to help discover how adding/subtracting/multiplying numbers to each part of th

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This resource is for high school algebra students who have access to a device with internet connection. The exploration takes students to GeoGebra where they are lead through to graph quadratics in vertex form, then notice relationships and summarize their findings. Included are 2 versions:one that

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This exploration prompts students to play with the equation for transforming parabolas through vertical and horizontal shifts. It is both a good introduction to the topics of transformation and translation and a good refresher for higher level students. It can function as a guided introduction to th

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This lesson is on graphing quadratic functions. It is an exploration lesson on how the a, h and k term affects the graphs of the function in vertex form.

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Students will discover quadratic transformations in this social and exploratory classroom activity.

Students will discover the effects that a, h, and k have on the parent function of a quadratic by graphing changes to each individual one and making conjectures about the effects each has.

Explore parent functions and their transformations with this inquiry activity. Through the exploration, students will see how parts of an equation affect a graph. Students should have a basic knowledge of graphing different types of equations before beginning this activity. The activity begins wit

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Also included in: Algebra I and 8th Grade Math Curriculum Bundle for Entire Year

Function Transformations From this activity students will explore how modifying a parent function's equation will impact its graph.The parent functions in this activity are:QuadraticsCubicsAbsolute ValueSquare-rootThis exploration activities focuses on the following transformations Vertical and Hori

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These worksheets are designed to bring students through transformations using the absolute value equation. I use this, then lead them right into graphing quadratic equations using the vertex form.
You will get all of the worksheets in both PDF and .docx format. I'm including the .docx format, becau

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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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Using the quadratic parent function, this organizer helps you guide your students to discover the graphic effects of addition, subtraction, negation and multiplication. Included are teacher notes on how to walk your students through their exploration.

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3 explorations
a - shape (3 examples each for narrow, wide, 2 examples for normal)
a - direction (3 examples up, 3 examples down)
c- vertex (3 examples vertex above, vertex below, 2 examples, vertex at origin)
I copied pg. 9 onto overhead transparency paper and had the students cut out and color th

This graphic organizer helps student visualize the effects of k on a linear, quadratic, and exponential graph. Function notation is used throughout. Students draw the general picture on top of the graph of the parent function for each type of function. I used this in conjunction with an interactive

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Students explore transformations of parent functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value and square root) using Desmos Explorations

Students explore transformations of parent functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value and square root) using Desmos Explorations

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This is an exploration of the parent functions and their transformations that can be stapled into a nice booklet. The parent functions it focuses on are: quadratics, identity, cubics, absolute value, greatest integer, reciprocals, and square roots. There is a page on each of the functions where s

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This booklet is for introducing students to the various transformations of quadratic functions. It'll also help them to understand the various parts of vertex form. Includes foldable and reflection question. I let my students use the graphing calculator for their exploration.

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Starr Books offers Quantum Scientific Pre-Calculus, Part 1 (of 4) begins in Unit 1 with an exploration of graphing equations and functions as well as performing operations on functions. Topics include transformations of functions, finding inverse functions, and variation. Unit 2 focuses on quadrat

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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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This 5 Day set of notes & practice will guide your students into a deep, rich understanding of key features and transformations of quadratic functions in standard form. Students will learn to identify and solve for the axis of symmetry, vertex, *roots, and y-intercepts, and they will learn how '

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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 NO PREP UNIT of 10 LESSONS and over 200 documents on Quadratic Functions with differentiated Do Nows + Student Writing Prompts and a rubric per lesson, which I use as a class opener. Each lesson also comes with a Launch/Exploration, Mini Lesson, Guided Practice with examples, For

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This is a COMPLETE NO PREP CURRICULUM of 10 UNITS and over 1,000 documents on Algebra 1 content with differentiated Do Nows + Student Writing Prompts and a rubric per lesson, which I use as a class opener. Each unit is composed of 8-12 lessons. Each lesson also comes with a Launch/Exploration, Mini

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This is a COMPLETE NO PREP CURRICULUM of 10 UNITS and over 1,000 documents on Algebra 2 content with differentiated Do Nows + Student Writing Prompts and a rubric per lesson, which I use as a class opener. Each unit is composed of 8-12 lessons. Each lesson also comes with a Launch/Exploration, Mini

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