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I use this with Pre-calculus students as well as Algebra 2 students. Pacing can be done faster or slower. As a result, the assignments could last anywhere from 4-10 days. Some of the assignments could be adapted for 9th-10th grades.

Both horizontal and vertical parabolas are investigated in this unit.

This is a unit focused on writing an equation of a parabola in multiple forms. There is a 53 page presentation that identifies and defines a parabola, focus, vertex, directrix, focal length, focal width and axis of symmetry.

This unit uses vertex forms, y=1/4p(x-h)^2+k and x=1/4p(y-k)^2+h, as well as transformational forms, 4p(y-k)=(x-h)^2 and 4p(x-h)=(y-k)^2.

Assignment A is a 1 page 20 question multiple choice file. The emphasis is changing forms from vertex to transformational, transformational to vertex, standard to vertex and standard to transformational. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #1 is a 12 matching and 9 multiple choice question assignment that investigates the definitions of the parts of a parabola. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #1A is a 1 page 20 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is identifying the vertex, focus, directrix, axis of symmetry, focal length and focal width. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #2 is a 24 multiple choice question assignment that requires the student to identify the direction of a parabola in both vertex and transformational forms. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #3 is an 24 multiple choice question assignment that investigates the focal length and width. Equations used are in transformational form only. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #4 is an 24 multiple choice question assignment that investigates the focal length and width. Equations used are in vertex form only. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #5 is a 24 question multiple choice question assignment. The emphasis is identifying the vertex from both transformational and vertex forms. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #6 is a 20 question multiple choice question assignment that is a review of assignments 4 and 5. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #7 is an assignment that gives the student a vertex and focus, The student has to provide the focal length, focal width, directrix, axis of symmetry, focal width endpoints and an equation of the parabola. The equation can be in either transformational or vertex form.

Assignment #8 is like assignment #7.

Assignment #9 is like assignment #7.

Assignment #10 is an assignment that gives the student a vertex and directrix. The student has to provide the focal length, focal width, focus, axis of symmetry, focal width endpoints and an equation of the parabola. The equation can be in either transformational or vertex form.

Assignment #11 is like assignment #10.

Assignment #12 is like assignment #10.

Assignment #13 is an assignment that gives the student a focus and directrix. The student has to provide the focal length, focal width, vertex, axis of symmetry, focal width endpoints and an equation of the parabola. The equation can be in either transformational or vertex form.

Assignment #14 is like assignment #13.

Assignment #16 is a 1 page 4 question written assignment. The student is given equations in both transformational and vertex forms. The student is asked to identify focus, directrix, focal width endpoints and axis of symmetry as well as sketch a graph.

Assignment #17 is a 1 page 20 question multiple choice assignment. The student is given equations in both transformational and vertex forms. The student is asked to identify focus, directrix, focal width endpoints and axis of symmetry,

Assignment #18 is a 2 page 40 question multiple choice and short answer assignment. It is a cumulative assignment over all previous topics. This assignment can be printed or used at socrative.com and the share number is included in this file.

Thank you for looking

Both horizontal and vertical parabolas are investigated in this unit.

This is a unit focused on writing an equation of a parabola in multiple forms. There is a 53 page presentation that identifies and defines a parabola, focus, vertex, directrix, focal length, focal width and axis of symmetry.

This unit uses vertex forms, y=1/4p(x-h)^2+k and x=1/4p(y-k)^2+h, as well as transformational forms, 4p(y-k)=(x-h)^2 and 4p(x-h)=(y-k)^2.

Assignment A is a 1 page 20 question multiple choice file. The emphasis is changing forms from vertex to transformational, transformational to vertex, standard to vertex and standard to transformational. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #1 is a 12 matching and 9 multiple choice question assignment that investigates the definitions of the parts of a parabola. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #1A is a 1 page 20 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is identifying the vertex, focus, directrix, axis of symmetry, focal length and focal width. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #2 is a 24 multiple choice question assignment that requires the student to identify the direction of a parabola in both vertex and transformational forms. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #3 is an 24 multiple choice question assignment that investigates the focal length and width. Equations used are in transformational form only. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #4 is an 24 multiple choice question assignment that investigates the focal length and width. Equations used are in vertex form only. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #5 is a 24 question multiple choice question assignment. The emphasis is identifying the vertex from both transformational and vertex forms. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #6 is a 20 question multiple choice question assignment that is a review of assignments 4 and 5. It is on 1 page for easy printing.

Assignment #7 is an assignment that gives the student a vertex and focus, The student has to provide the focal length, focal width, directrix, axis of symmetry, focal width endpoints and an equation of the parabola. The equation can be in either transformational or vertex form.

Assignment #8 is like assignment #7.

Assignment #9 is like assignment #7.

Assignment #10 is an assignment that gives the student a vertex and directrix. The student has to provide the focal length, focal width, focus, axis of symmetry, focal width endpoints and an equation of the parabola. The equation can be in either transformational or vertex form.

Assignment #11 is like assignment #10.

Assignment #12 is like assignment #10.

Assignment #13 is an assignment that gives the student a focus and directrix. The student has to provide the focal length, focal width, vertex, axis of symmetry, focal width endpoints and an equation of the parabola. The equation can be in either transformational or vertex form.

Assignment #14 is like assignment #13.

Assignment #16 is a 1 page 4 question written assignment. The student is given equations in both transformational and vertex forms. The student is asked to identify focus, directrix, focal width endpoints and axis of symmetry as well as sketch a graph.

Assignment #17 is a 1 page 20 question multiple choice assignment. The student is given equations in both transformational and vertex forms. The student is asked to identify focus, directrix, focal width endpoints and axis of symmetry,

Assignment #18 is a 2 page 40 question multiple choice and short answer assignment. It is a cumulative assignment over all previous topics. This assignment can be printed or used at socrative.com and the share number is included in this file.

Thank you for looking

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