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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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Also included in: Algebra I Bundle of Activities

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

Algebra that FunctionsQuadratic Equations Exploring the Effects of "a", "b", and "c"Do you want your students to have a thorough understanding of how changing the values of "a", "b", and "c" affect the graph of the parabola of the equation. TPT buyer said, "great resource."In this exploration, you

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Grab this Algebra I bundle to have a rich collection of activities at your finger tips throughout the school year. There are a variety of games, partner activities, and engaging practice activities that are wonderful for cooperative groups and math centers. There are also a couple of exploration/

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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: End of Year: Algebra I Activities Bundle

These notes can help students explore translations, dilations, and reflections of the parent graph of a parabola. Students graph six parabolas on this notes sheet, which provides tables for determining points and a graph with the parent function y=x^2 already graphed, so students can easily see the

Also included in: Quadratic Equations Bundle of Activities

Students will:
-Explore the effects of transformations on quadratic functions as compared to the parent function
-Graph quadratic functions in vertex form
-Describe translations, dilations, and reflections of quadratic functions
Includes everything you need to teach this lesson in one folder:
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Introduce quadratic function families with six half-pages of guided notes. The notes provide space for students to create a graph, table and explanation of the type of transformation. The guided notes can help students explore the differences between the parent function and the following quadratic f

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Explore the quadratic parent function and its transformations with this inquiry activity.
Students will explore how parts of an equation affect a graph through graphing the parent function and 7 different transformations. The worksheet is one page. Answer key is included.
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Also included in: Quadratic Functions Bundle for Algebra 1

This is a bundle of 26 worksheets on solving and graphing quadratic equations.Completing the Square:Worksheet 1: Completing the Square 1Riddle. Equations in standard form and leading coefficients = 1. Worksheet 2: Completing the Square 2Riddle. Equations in standard form and leading coefficients

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Quadratic translations (or transformations): After creating hundreds of successful resources over the past twenty plus years of teaching, this is one I'm truly excited about. It is an outstanding resource. With this highly interactive and visual tool, students independently and effectively discover

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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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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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Students use a graphing calculator to graph various quadratic functions. Each page highlights a specific parameter (a, b, c, or d) change in the equation f(x) = a(bx - c)^2+d. At the bottom of each page students draw conclusion about the effects each parameter change has on the graph of quadratic fu

Algebra that FunctionsParent Functions Transformations: Linear, Absolute Value, Quadratic, ExponentialDo you want your students to understand the relationships between parent functions and their transformations? Your students will explore the relationship of parent functions for linear functions, a

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This worksheet allows the student to investigate and explore the transforations of quadratics using tables and graphs. The student will begin with the parent function and in each following step see a different transformation of the parabola and also see how the equation itself has changed. The stude

The problems and activities within this document are designed to assist students in achieving the following standards: HSF.LE.A.1 and HSF.BF.B.3 as well as the standards for mathematics practice. They are also designed to help the teacher assess the students’ abilities when it comes to working with

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Students explore transformations of quadratic and absolute value functions. An answer key is included.

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

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