This project covers both quadratic and exponential functions. It shows the students how to break their poster into halves and what to write as well. Students have to give a definition of the function, give a real world example of where they can find that type of function, list the ways that it can be represented (ie. standard, vertex, growth, decay, etc.) You will choose a parent function for them and on one graph or many graphs they will graph the parent function along with the transformations listed. There is a rubric so that grading is made easy. Also included for you and students is an example of how their graphs should look with their keys, but it is done by linear functions so that their can be no copying of the example.