In this activity students will explore 8 different real-world quadratic relationships. For each of these situations students will be given one representation of the function - either an equation, graph, or data table and have to create the 2 missing representations. Students will practice connecting the multiple representations and how to convert from one to the other. This activity works well with a graphing calculator as students can use the information from the table or graph to utilize the quadratic regression functionality of the calculator to generate the equation. Students will also get additional practice in connecting how the coefficients of a quadratic function affect the shape of the graph.