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The first couple of sections in most Quadratic Units are filled with new terms, properties, and graphs unlike any they have graphed before. I found my students could use more practice to become more comfortable with these new properties and terms. I also wanted them to have practice graphing quadratic equations and relating them to the properties of quadratic equations.

In this set of 24 task cards students will:

• Identify the equation for the axis of symmetry from the graph

• Identify the equation for the axis of symmetry from the Standard or Vertex form of the quadratic equation

• Identify the vertex on the graph

• Identify vertex from the equation in Standard or Vertex form

• Identify the y-intercept on the graph and understand that (0, c) is the y-intercept from the quadratic equation in standard form.

• Identify the y-intercept by plugging in zero for x and solving for y when in Vertex form.

• Understanding how the a value affects width and direction of the parabola and whether there is a maximum or minimum.

Post a set of Quadratic Equations Task Cards around the room and have students walk around in groups or with a partner to solve each Task Card.

An Answer recording sheet is included.

A similar option is to have students work in groups at their seats so a set of Task Cards is necessary for each group.

Other Quadratic related materials:

Quadratic Word Problem Task Cards

Solving Quadratic Equations Four Ways

Quadratic Graphing Task Cards

Quadratic Functions Review Task Cards

Discriminants and Quadratic Equations

In this set of 24 task cards students will:

• Identify the equation for the axis of symmetry from the graph

• Identify the equation for the axis of symmetry from the Standard or Vertex form of the quadratic equation

• Identify the vertex on the graph

• Identify vertex from the equation in Standard or Vertex form

• Identify the y-intercept on the graph and understand that (0, c) is the y-intercept from the quadratic equation in standard form.

• Identify the y-intercept by plugging in zero for x and solving for y when in Vertex form.

• Understanding how the a value affects width and direction of the parabola and whether there is a maximum or minimum.

Post a set of Quadratic Equations Task Cards around the room and have students walk around in groups or with a partner to solve each Task Card.

An Answer recording sheet is included.

A similar option is to have students work in groups at their seats so a set of Task Cards is necessary for each group.

Other Quadratic related materials:

Quadratic Word Problem Task Cards

Solving Quadratic Equations Four Ways

Quadratic Graphing Task Cards

Quadratic Functions Review Task Cards

Discriminants and Quadratic Equations

Total Pages

18 pages

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