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This graphic organizer helps students who are writing equations of quadratics when given different information. Vertex form, Intercept (factored) Form, Given 3 points (system of equations) with Standard Form, and Calculator Regression are the 4 options that are covered in the graphic. It provides st

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This is a notes booklet for your interactive notebook over writing equation of a quadratic function from a graph in vertex form. The notes are scaffolded, so they are easier to understand.

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Algebra I STAAR EOC Test-Prep Task Cards!
TEKS Aligned: A.6B (Supporting Standard): The student is expected to write equations of quadratic functions given the vertex and another point on the graph, write equations in vertex form (f(x) = a(x – h)2 + k), and rewrite the equation from vertex form to

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This is a double-sided notes page on Vertex Form of Quadratic Functions. TEKS Aligned: A6B
The notes begin with the vertex form equation and defining (h, k), (x, y) and "a". Next, four examples are provided where the student is given a quadratic function in vertex notation and has to identify the

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Given the graph of a quadratic function, students write an equation in vertex form.

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This activity was used to challenge my students WITHOUT a calculator to determine use information provided to write equations of a quadratic in vertex form, factored form, and standard form or analyze the thinking of someone else.
It is intended to reinforce the information provided by the differe

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These flippables help students remember the variables in vertex form quadratic, radical and absolute value equations. Inside each flap, each variable is explained in a way students will understand and remember. Examples are given for "h" and "k" to help students remember to look at the vertex (and "

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Vertex Form and Factored Form of Quadratic Equations Task Cards
Students will practice working with the vertex form and factored form of a quadratic equation by working through these 24 task cards. This activity was created for students to see the connections between the forms, write the forms, c

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Students will practice writing Vertex Form Quadratic Equations in Standard Form. There are 20 quadratic equations in vertex form. This resource works well as independent practice, homework, extra credit or even as something to leave with a sub.
ANSWER KEY provided.
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This chart could be used to check for the understanding of the Vertex Form of the quadratic function. For each of the quadratic functions provided, students will need to:
1. Find the vertex
2. Find the equation of the Axis of Symmetry
3. Determine the direction of opening
4. Determine whether t

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This is set up to be an interactive notebook entry, but could also be used as an assessment or as guided notes without a notebook as well. I found good response from this as a tool in my own classroom when learning to write quadratic equations after a day of introducing transformations.

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This is a foldable designed for interactive math notebooks. There are also 2 bonus pages of practice problems for the students to do, as well!
This foldable walks students through the process of the following transformations:
Each graph starts with the parent graph of y = x^2.
1. Vertical - def

Students will practice writing equations of parabolas in Vertex Form, and then converting to Standard Form. This is a fun way to get students to do lots of practice! They will do 12 problems as they move around the room. Students tend to be really engaged and don't even realize how much hard work

Transforming Quadratic Functions: Translating/Shifts, Vertical stretch or compression and reflection over the x-axis.
There are two parts to this lesson. First there is an overview of how
a, h, and k relate to transforming the parent quadratic function in vertex form, followed by several practice

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Vertex Form Quadratic Functions – Identify the vertex, axis of symmetry, extrema, and domain/range of quadratic functions in vertex form in this ♫ Musical Groups Activity.
♬ Must add Music! ♬
Students each armed with one transformation card mingle around the perimeter of the room while music pum

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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 10-page lesson gives students plenty of practice with the vertex form of a quadratic equation. Students will have to write quadratic functions in vertex form give the graph and identify if the vertex is maximum or minimum. They will also have to write the equation of the line of symmetry. There

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This worksheet contains 16 problems that cover the students’ knowledge of quadratic functions in vertex form. They have four functions to graph, six functions to describe the transformations of and give the vertex, four problems to write the equations from when given the graph, and two problems to

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Graphing the Parent Function y= x^2 using a table of values
Graphing translations of the parent function using a table of values
Identifying the Vertex from the graph
Identifying the Axis of Symmetry from the graph
Identifying the Minimun and Maximum valu

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This self checking worksheet gives the student a vertex (h, k) and point (x, y). The student will then write an equation of the quadratic function which opens up or down in vertex form, y = a(x – h)² + k. The student will connect the ordered pairs with correct equation and reveal the punch line t

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A test review and two forms of a test on quadratics. The topics include:
-graphing quadratic functions and inequalities
-writing equations in standard and vertex form
-write the vertex and axis of symmetry
-solving using graphing, square roots, factoring, completing the square, and quadratic formul

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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********* 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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This is a card match where students take the equation and either use the vertex formula or completing the square to find the vertex. They then match the card with the graph of the quadratic, the description of the transformation from the parent function, and the vertex form of the equation.
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A video which explains with multicolor graphics how to write the vertex form of a quadratic equation given its graph.

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After learning key features of quadratics, students complete this discovery activity that goes from the graph of a standard form equation to writing the equation n vertex form and then factoring to root(intercept) form. This lesson is designed to have students complete individually or together as a

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This allows students to work on finding key information of vertices and x-intercepts and write equations in vertex and factored form from starting in standard.
You could easily modify this document to give them different pieces of information (like just the intercepts and orientation) and then fin

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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 previe

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Algebra I Error Analysis Bundle…180 Questions
This bundle contains 12 different topics including:
Error Analysis of Factoring Polynomials
Error Analysis of Graphing Linear Inequalities
Error Analysis of Solving Systems using Substitution (Also in the Linear Systems Bundle)
Error Analysis of Multi-

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30 questions covering all TEKS standards in REPORTING CATEGORY 4: Quadratic Functions and EquationsReadiness Standards:
A.6(A) determine the domain and range of quadratic functions and represent the domain and range using inequalities
A.7(A) graph quadratic functions on the coordinate plane and use

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This project allows students to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of how to graph and write an equation for a quadratic function. Students create five Angry Birds levels on a coordinate plane, each with at least three birds. They must then write a quadratic function to match the path o

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EMOJI - BUNDLE Interpreting the Vertex Form of Quadratic Functions
** This activity is available as a "GOOGLE INTERACTIVE" product HERE**
✐ This product is a NO PREP- SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Writing a Quadratic Equation given the Vertex a

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STAARS ALGEBRA 1 EOC RESOURCES
This file contains 8 worksheets for each TEKS covered in reporting category 4. The worksheets are designed so that the student can practice the skills that they will need to solve STAAR EOC problems for this category. This is a great resource for first time testers o

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This is a 3-page test with 26 questions over quadratic functions.
On questions 1 - 5, the student is given a quadratic equation and asked to find all pertinent information such as the vertex, y-intercepts, axis of symmetry, domain & range, etc.
On questions 6 - 11, the student is given a grap

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This is a set of 10 (5 half-sheets) exit tickets over Quadratic Functions.
Specifically, the first ticket gives the students a quadratic equation and asks them to find all of the pertinent information such as vertex, y-intercept, axis of symmetry, domain & range, etc.
Ticket #2 asks the stu

This is a double-sided review sheet with 14 questions (some with multiple parts) over Quadratic Functions.
The first question gives the student a quadratic equation, asks them to graph it and then identify critical information about the quadratic such as vertex, domain & range, finding specifi

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30 questions covering all TEKS standards in REPORTING CATEGORY 4: Quadratic Functions and EquationsReadiness Standards:
A.6(A) determine the domain and range of quadratic functions and represent the domain and range using inequalities
A.7(A) graph quadratic functions on the coordinate plane and use

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This 12 problem review booklet is specifically aligned and coded with the STAAR Algebra 1 End of Course Exam but can also be used to review for most state Algebra 1 EOC exams as content standards across the U.S. are similar.
Independent practice booklets can be incorporated in a variety of ways:

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This file contains a foldable which covers writing quadratic equations given solutions, and write quadratic equations given a graph, which includes vertex form.
There is a foldable over each scenario as well as as a practice sheet over finding the equation from a graph, given solutions, and a verba

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15 day full lessons on Quadratic Functions, include worksheets, activities, smart notebook files, ppt, assessments, test and answer key
The students will be able to process standards when using properties of quadratic functions to write and represent in multiple ways, with and without technology,

This packet of 8 worksheets is on quadratics.
1 worksheet is solving quadratics by factoring. There are 8 factoring problems and one word problem where solving a quadratic is necessary to determine the width of a frame.
1 worksheet is determining the vertex, the axis of symmetry, and graphing quadra

Three days of integrated class notes and homework assignments. Students will:
-Factor quadratics with and without GCFs
-Factor quadratics with and without leading coefficients (other than 1)
-Find x- and y-intercepts of functions
-Describe and graph functions in vertex form
-Complete the square to

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This EMOJI Activity is part of:
☑ 2017 Google Interactive Membership {GROWING BUNDLE} - Current &a

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This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Quadratic Functions
This activity is a good review of understanding how to <"Writing a Quadratic Equation given the Vertex and a Point.". Equations will be written in Vertex Form. Students will work with Questions where the vertex and a random point on t

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This quick reference sheet explains how to graph quadratic functions written in both standard form and vertex form, and how to write the equation of a quadratic function from its graph.

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This lesson is all about the students discovering different forms of quadratic equations. (i.e. expanded form, factored form, and vertex form) The students use desmos.com to investigate what happens with 4 given equations. (Three of the equations are the same quadratic equation but in different for

Review all major concepts with your students using this wonderfully crafted Quadratic Self-Assessment! Students are given a sample problem and a practice problem to encourage understanding. They assess if they can do a particular topic well or if they need more assistance. Topics covered are: Intro

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Played like the game “Hedbanz,” where students have to guess the vertex form and/or standard form and/or graph of the quadratic function attached to their heads by asking other students “yes” or “no” questions. This game requires students to write equations in vertex form after finding the vertex a

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This bundle is a complete collection of 6 units, approximately 7 lessons each for a grand total of 44 lessons. Tests are included for all but Unit 5. There are also extra activities for each unit. The 10th Grade Common Core covers mostly Algebra 2 (heavy on quadratics) and a little bit of geomet

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This is given to my students half way through my solving quadratics unit. It covers the following topics:
-writing a quadratic in standard form and identifying a, b, and c
-without graphing, identify the expanded form, factored form, x-intercepts, y-intercepts, and axis of symmetry when given 1 pi

STAAR-Practice Quiz, Category 4, TEKS A.6(B)
A.6(B) write equations of quadratic functions given the vertex and another point on the graph, write the equation in vertex form (f(x) = a(x –h)2 + k), and rewrite the equation from vertex form to standard form (f(x) = ax2 + bx + c); and Supporting Stand

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