Included in this zip folder are 10 Power Point files. 3 files are introductory lessons and 7 are assignments. A brief description of each:
Intro #1 is a 27 slide presentation. The emphasis is a review of a function domain, range and inputs and outputs of functions.
Intro #2 is a 33 slide presentation. The emphasis is using inputs and outputs to graph parabolic functions. The axis of symmetry, domain, range, x intercept(s), y intercept and vertex are discussed throughout the file.
Intro #3 is a 35 slide presentation. The emphasis is identifying the x and y intercepts of the parabolic functions.
Assignment #1 is a 24 question multiple choice assignment. It coincides with Intro #1. The student is asked to identify the domain and range from a table of values and points on a graph. Also, the student is asked if a relation is a function based on a graph and table of values. It is on 1 page for easy printing and coded for SMART Response.
Assignment #2 is a 24 question multiple choice file. The emphasis is inputs and outputs of quadratic functions. It is on 1 page for easy printing for SMART Response.
Assignment #3 is 4 parabolas to graph and is FREE in the Prview Section.. Provided is a 10x10 grid. The student fills out a table of values, graphs the parabola on the grid and answers the following questions:
1. what is the direction?
2. What is axis of symmetry?
3. What is the domain?
4. What is the range?
5. What are the x intercept(s)?
6. What is the y intercept?
7. What is the vertex?
8. Is the vertex a maximum or a minimum?
It is on 2 pages for easy printing.
Assignment #4 is like #3
Assignment #5 is like #3 but uses 20x20 grids.
Assignment #6 is like #3 but 6 parabolas and on 20x20 grids.
Assignment #7 is a 24 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is finding where a parabola intercepts the x and y axes. It is on 1 page for easy printing and coded for SMART Response.
Thank you for looking