This is a double-sided notes page on Vertex Form of Quadratic Functions.
The notes begin with the vertex form equation and defining (h, k), (x, y) and "a". Next, four examples are provided where the student is given a quadratic function in vertex notation and has to identify the vertex and whether the parabola opens up or down. Then, they sketch a graph of the quadratic.
Next, steps and a worked example are provided to show the student how to write the equation of a quadratic in vertex form given the vertex and a point on the graph. 3 more examples follow after that that can be used as guided practice. Key included.
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