Graphing Quadratic Equations in Standard Form Notes is designed to help students learn how to graph quadratic functions in standard form by identifying key components that translate the quadratic parent function.
Students will identify the domain and range, y-intercept, minimum or maximum, and any reflections, dilations, vertical shifts, and horizontal shifts of a function.
Using the above information, students will make a table of values, solve for outputs, and graph the function.
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These notes were created using the Missouri Learning Standards. Therefore, two versions of the notes are included:
1. Missouri Learning Standard is NOT included on the notes
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