Algebra 1 - Graphing Quadratic Functions, Axis of Symmetry, Vertex - Foldable
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This is a foldable designed for interactive math notebooks.
This foldable walks students through the steps of graphing a quadratic function. There are three blank charts available for you to choose your own quadratic functions and list them through the boxes. A *SAMPLE* set of functions has been included in the answer key if you choose to use them. However, any quadratic function can be used for this sheet.
1. List the standard form of the function.
2. Determine the a, b, and c values
3. Students will then calculate the axis of symmetry (plenty of room given for this)
4. Students will then use the axis of symmetry to calculate the vertex.
5. The vertex is then placed in the middle of the table with x values increasing and decreasing at a constant rate
6. The rest of the y values will be calculated (1, 3, 5, method)
7. The students then create their own axes based on the table of values
8. The parabola is graphed, as well as the axis of symmetry
9. The x-intercepts are circled and the roots are listed.
10. The domain and range are listed
11. The vertex form is written
12. The factored form (or intercept form) is also written