For quadratic, absolute value and radical equations in vertex form, these 6 flippables (3 with variable information and examples filled in, 3 blank inside) help students remember the variables in vertex form equations. Inside each flap, each variable is explained in a way students will understand and remember. Examples are given for "h" and "k" to help students remember to look at the vertex (and "inside is opposite"!) when writing their equations. There are also 3 flippables that are blank inside so that you can choose to fill in the variable information as part of class notes.
These flippables go together very quickly and are held together with a staple on the left edge. They can then be glued into an interactive notebook or left separate for reference anytime.
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