This resource includes two half pages of guided notes
(8.3 x 5.3) on quadratic equations written in intercept (factored) form. Part of the notes is a comparison to the parent function. It also includes two pages of practice problems
. Together, the notes and the worksheets can help students understand quadratics written in intercept form.
Below, you will find the various topics that are covered on the two pages of practice. One page of practice is written as a self-checking scavenger hunt
. Students will navigate through twelve problems which will eventually lead them back to the starting question.
The following concepts are covered on the worksheets:
✸ Calculate the axis of symmetry
✸ Calculate the vertex
✸ Complete a table given an equation in intercept form
✸ Sketch the axis of symmetry and graph a parabola using the table
✸ Identify why equations are written in intercept form
✸ Change an equation written in intercept form to standard form
✸ Change an equation written in intercept form to vertex form
✸ Write an equation in intercept given a graphed parabola
✸ Identify the intercepts from an equation
✸ Identify if the parabola will open up or open down
Detailed answer keys are provided.
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