Standard Form of a Quadratic - Notes and Worksheets

Standard Form of a Quadratic - Notes and Worksheets
Standard Form of a Quadratic - Notes and Worksheets
Standard Form of a Quadratic - Notes and Worksheets
Standard Form of a Quadratic - Notes and Worksheets
Standard Form of a Quadratic - Notes and Worksheets
Standard Form of a Quadratic - Notes and Worksheets
Standard Form of a Quadratic - Notes and Worksheets
Standard Form of a Quadratic - Notes and Worksheets
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This resource can help your students strengthen their understanding with quadratics written in standard form! Included you will find three half pages (8.3 x 5.3) of guided notes. Part of the guided notes includes a comparison to the parent function. The resource also has a worksheet and a self-checking scavenger hunt.

The following concepts are covered on the notes and worksheets:

✸ Identifying the axis of symmetry
✸ Identifying the vertex
✸ Will the parabola open up or down
✸ Completing a table for an equation written in standard form
✸ Graphing the axis of symmetry and the parabola
✸ Explaining if the parabola will have a maximum or minimum value
✸ Changing an equation written in standard form to intercept form
✸ Changing an equation written in standard form to vertex form
✸ Writing an equation from a graphed parabola
✸ Determining the number of solutions
✸ Explaining what the c-value represents

Detailed answer keys are provided.

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