Graphs of Quadratics Digital Task Cards with Google Slides®
This digital set of Task Cards is designed for students to use their reasoning and analytical skills along with their algebraic skills to determine the graphs of quadratic functions. The cards are designed to reinforce the concepts taught in class. students should understand concepts of translations and transformations. They are appropriate for Algebra, PreCalculus, and College Algebra. Some times One set of cards isn't enough for this topic.
In this digital version of the resource, students are given a quadratic function and must choose from four similar graphs for #1 - 16. Each set of four graphs has similar functions. For #17 - #20, students analyze a graph and determine the quadratic equation. Three points on the graph are emphasized.
Note: You and your students must have access to the internet and have individual FREE Google Drive Accounts to use this resource.
Please see the Printable version
of this activity ★ Graphs of Quadratic Functions Task Cards and Quiz v. 2
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