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- Identifying Polynomial Functions and their degrees

- write a LINEAR equation given two ordered pairs

- average rate of change

- vertex from of a quadratic equation

- Matching quadratic equation to their graphs

- Graphing a quadratic function in vertex form-

- Finding the vertex and axis of symmetry of a quadratic function

- Rewriting a quadratic equation in Vertex Form by Completing the Square

- Writing the equation from the graph of a quadratic function

- Application of quadratic functions-

- determine whether a given function is a power function

- direct variation and inverse variation

- determine whether a given function is a Monomial function

- graphing power functions

- Analyze Power Functions: Domain, Range, Continuity, Symmetry, Boundedness, Local Extrema, Asymptotes, End Behavior: (use limit notation)

- Write statements as a power function equation

- Write a sentence that expresses the relationship in a formula, using the language of variation or proportion

- Using a grapher to calculate a power regression equation for data

- Applications of power functions

- Describe transformations of power function then sketch a graph of the power function

- Leading coefficient test for polynomial end behavior

- Using Limits to describe end behavior

- Solving polynomial functions algebraically

- State the degree and list the zeros of the polynomial function

- State the multiplicity of each zero and whether the graph crosses the x-axis at the corresponding x-intercept

- Use the zeros and their multiplicities to sketch a graph of the polynomial function

- Intermediate Value Theorem

- Using a grapher to find the zero’s of a polynomial function

- Writing a polynomial from its zero’s

- Finding a regression equation for a set of data

- Long Division of Polynomials

- Write quotient in both polynomial and fraction form

- Synthetic Division

- Remainder theorem

- Factor theorem

- use the Rational Zeros Theorem to solve Polynomial Equations

- Use the graph to guess possible linear factors of f(x). Then completely factor f(x)

- write a polynomial equation given it’s zero’s an leading coefficient

- write a polynomial equation given a table of values

- upper and lower bound tests

- prove all zero’s lie within a given interval

- Find all of the real zeros of the function. Give exact values whenever possible. Identify each zero as rational or irrational

- Non-linear system of equation (supply = demand)

- Math XL problems to review CU 2A: Polynomials

- write a LINEAR equation given two ordered pairs

- average rate of change

- vertex from of a quadratic equation

- Matching quadratic equation to their graphs

- Graphing a quadratic function in vertex form-

- Finding the vertex and axis of symmetry of a quadratic function

- Rewriting a quadratic equation in Vertex Form by Completing the Square

- Writing the equation from the graph of a quadratic function

- Application of quadratic functions-

- determine whether a given function is a power function

- direct variation and inverse variation

- determine whether a given function is a Monomial function

- graphing power functions

- Analyze Power Functions: Domain, Range, Continuity, Symmetry, Boundedness, Local Extrema, Asymptotes, End Behavior: (use limit notation)

- Write statements as a power function equation

- Write a sentence that expresses the relationship in a formula, using the language of variation or proportion

- Using a grapher to calculate a power regression equation for data

- Applications of power functions

- Describe transformations of power function then sketch a graph of the power function

- Leading coefficient test for polynomial end behavior

- Using Limits to describe end behavior

- Solving polynomial functions algebraically

- State the degree and list the zeros of the polynomial function

- State the multiplicity of each zero and whether the graph crosses the x-axis at the corresponding x-intercept

- Use the zeros and their multiplicities to sketch a graph of the polynomial function

- Intermediate Value Theorem

- Using a grapher to find the zero’s of a polynomial function

- Writing a polynomial from its zero’s

- Finding a regression equation for a set of data

- Long Division of Polynomials

- Write quotient in both polynomial and fraction form

- Synthetic Division

- Remainder theorem

- Factor theorem

- use the Rational Zeros Theorem to solve Polynomial Equations

- Use the graph to guess possible linear factors of f(x). Then completely factor f(x)

- write a polynomial equation given it’s zero’s an leading coefficient

- write a polynomial equation given a table of values

- upper and lower bound tests

- prove all zero’s lie within a given interval

- Find all of the real zeros of the function. Give exact values whenever possible. Identify each zero as rational or irrational

- Non-linear system of equation (supply = demand)

- Math XL problems to review CU 2A: Polynomials

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