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# All Resources for Algebra 2: CU 3: Quadratic Functions

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- Plotting points
- Graphing equations by point plotting
- Graphing equations using graphing calculator
- Determine x and y intercepts
- Interpreting line graphs
- Finding domain and range of a relation
- Determine if a relation is a function
- Determine if equation if a function
- Vertical line test
- Function notation f(x)
- Evaluating a function
- Set builder notation and Interval notation
- Reading graphs to determine function values
- Determine domain and range from graphs of functions
- Zero-product property
- Solve by factoring
- Solving quadratic equations using a graphing calculator
- Solve quadratic equations using the square root property
- Determine value to add to binomial expression to make it a perfect square trinomial
- Solve a quadratic equation by Completing the square
- Find the value of the discriminant
- Determine number and type of solutions to a quadratic equation
- Determine method and use it to solve quadratic equations
- Matching equations to graphs of quadratic functions
- Transformations of functions
- Graphing transformations of functions
- Vertical and horizontal shifts
- Reflection over x and y axes
- Vertical and Horizontal Stretches and shrinks
- Standard form (vertex form) of quadratics
- Axis, vertex, domain and range of quadratic functions
- Determine quadratic equation for the given graph
- Axis, vertex, domain and range of quadratic functions
- Maximum and minimum of quadratic function
- Finding Focus, Directrix, Latus Rectum of a parabola
- Using focus, directrix, latus rectum, and vertex to graph parabolas
- Write equation of parabola given its directrix and focus
- When vertex of parabola is at (0 , 0)
- When vertex of parabola is at (h , k)
- Finding and Using focus, directrix, latus rectum, and vertex to graph parabolas when vertex is at (h, k)
- Completing the square to write equation in standard form
- Domain, range, of a parabola and determine if function
- Solve a system of non-linear equations using substitution
- Solve a system of non-linear equations using addition/elimination
- Translate sentence into system of non-linear equations and solve it
- Math XL problems to review CU 3: Quadratic Functions
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