These assignments are in factored/intercept form.
Included in this zip folder are 8 PDF files. 4 files are for instruction and 4 files are assignments. A brief description of each:
Instruction file #1 is a 44 page file. The emphasis is recognizing how the degree being odd or even effects the graphs of the polynomials. 16 formative questions are included in this file.
Instruction file #2 is a 33 page file. The emphasis is recognizing positive and negative polynomials from factored form equations and the effects positive and negative functions have on even degree and odd degree polynomials. 9 formative assessment questions are included in this file.
Instruction file #3 is a 53 page file. The emphasis is understanding Real zero's are where the function intercepts the x axis. Also, the multiplicity of a zero is emphasized by revealing how the function hits the x axis. 20 formative assessment questions are included.
Instruction file #4 is a 53 page file. The emphasis is where the polynomial function intercepts the y axis as well as graphing the entire function. Formative assessment graphs are included to help the student try some on their own.
Assignment #1 is a 24 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is how positive and negative functions interact with the evenness and oddness of a function and how the graph is interpreted. It is on 1 page for easy printing.
Assignment #2 is a 24 question assignment. Multiple choice, short answer and multiple answer formats are used. The emphasis is how Real zero's and multiplicity effect a graph. It is 1 page for easy printing.
Assignment #3 is a 24 question assignment. Multiple choice, short answer and multiple answer formats are used. The emphasis is Real zeros that are fractional. It is 1 page for easy printing.
Assignment #4 is a 16 graph assignment. The student is given 16 polynomial functions and is asked to graph them. The student is asked to show the correct location of where the graph hits both the x and y axis. It is on 2 pages for easy printing.
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