This is a summary foldable that compares and contrasts the linear parent function to the quadratic parent function. The student fills in the two equations of each parent function, a table of values and their graphs. The domain and range can also be listed if desired. Finally, the student fills in the transformations (up, down, flip over x-axis and vertical stretch/shrink) of each parent function. The student also fills in the flap labels on the front of the foldable. This foldable can be run off on one side of an 8-1/2 by 11 sheet of paper and made very quickly with a few cuts. Key included.
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