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#### Common Core Algebra 2, Unit 7: Exponential Functions

Common Core Algebra 2, Unit 7: Exponential Functions focuses on rational exponents. The four videos examine Rational Exponents, Exponential Growth and Decay, Percent Change, and Modeling with Exponential Functions. Scholars review the...

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#### Common Core Algebra 1, Unit 10: Quadratics

The unit begins with scholars watching a video that introduces them to quadratics. They learn what a quadratic is, its key features, and how to sketch a graph of the parabola it defines. The second lesson introduces young mathematicians...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Curriculum

The Algebra 1 curriculum set is designed to help scholars develop fluency in
writing, interpreting, and solving linear equations, The 30 lessons in Module 1 are divided into four topics: An Introduction to Functions, the Structure of...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Module 4: Polynomial and Quadratic Expressions, Equations, and Functions

The 26 lessons in the Algebra 1, Module 4 collection teach students how to use polynomial functions, as well as quadratic functions, square toot functions and cube root functions, to graph and interpret functions. All materials are copy...

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#### Solve Quadratic Equations in One Variable.

Looking at the CCSS HSA.REI.B.4, there are many ways to solve a quadratic equation. The collection addresses all the different options and provides a wide variety of practice problems to give to your learners.

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#### Understand the Relationship Between Zeros and Factors of Polynomials: Common Core High School Algebra

In order to graph a polynomial, students need to find the factors. This resource starts with the Remainder Theorem and then examines the factors in relationship to the graph. Resources also look at multiplicities and finishes with...

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#### Quick Reference Card

A neat and organized formula handout makes the circle go round, doesn't it? Full of higher algebra topics, formulas and rules, graphs and definitions—there is a way to support everyone in Algebra II or Pre-Calculus.

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#### California State Standards: Algebra I

Starting a year of Algebra I? This mighty packet practices all of the major topics with different ranges of difficulty. Standards include everything from linear to quadratic to rational expressions. Use it in a variety of ways to...

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#### Quadratic Equations

Through a variety of physical and theoretical situations, learners are led through the development of some of the deepest concepts in high school mathematics. Complex numbers, the fundamental theorem of algebra and rational exponents...

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#### Is There a Limit to Which Side You Can Take?

Calculus students find the limit of piecewise functions at a value. They find the limit of piecewise functions as x approaches a given value. They find the limit of linear, quadratic, exponential, and trigonometric piecewise functions.

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#### Stretching the Quads

Scholars investigate transforming parabolas. In this transforming parabolas lesson, they take the parent graph y=x^2 and transform it by shifting left, right, up, and down and shrinking and stretching. The class finds maximums,...

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#### Murder in the First Degree - The Death of Mr. Spud

Secondary learners investigate exponential functions in a real-world scenario. They collect data on the temperature of a cooling baked potato, enter the data into lists, and graph the data using a scatter plot before finding an...

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#### Exponential Growth and Decay

New ReviewHere's everything one ever wanted to know about exponential growth and decay in one thorough lesson. A video lesson presents the basics of exponential growth and decay and then applies the information to word problems. The lesson wraps...

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#### Unit 7 Review: Exponential Functions

New ReviewTake a break from learning new information and take time to review. Scholars review the unit by completing some practice problems. They rewrite expressions using exponents, solve exponential equations, graph exponential functions,...

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#### Unit 10 Review: Quadratics

Everything one wanted to know about parabolas in one place. Pupils work 27 problems as a review of the unit on quadratics. Problems range from determining key features of the function and using that information to graph the parabola, to...

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#### Quadratics in Standard Form

Get ready to set the standard! Pupils watch a video on how to graph a parabola from a quadratic in standard form without converting the form. Scholars learn how to find the axis of symmetry from the equation and from there the vertex....

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#### Quadratics in Vertex Form

It looks different, but yet the same. Scholars view a video that introduces them to the vertex form for a quadratic equation. Pupils realize that though the equation looks different, its graph is still a parabola, and the key features...

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#### Intro to Quadratics

Quadratics need no introduction, but here is one anyway. Learners watch a video that introduces them to quadratics. The pupils learn what a quadratic is, its key features, and how to sketch a graph of the parabola it defines. Then, they...

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#### Determine Symmetry about the x-axis, y-axis, and the Origin (Example)

Symmetry shows up in equality. Pupils view four examples as the presenter determines whether the equations have symmetry about the x-axis, the y-axis, and the origin. Each equation has at least one type of symmetry. The video works...

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#### Symmetry Introduction: x-axis, y-axis, the Origin

You can flip them and the graph looks the same. An instructional video shows how to determine whether an equation contains a graph that has symmetry. Scholars learn how to calculate algebraically whether an equation has symmetry about...

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#### Land Development

Groups work with polynomials to devise functions that will model a selling price for property. The teams determine variables to create expressions to represent the cost required to develop land into a housing addition. Classmates then...

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#### Graphing Quadratics

Quadratics only have three terms, but each one is fairly important. Scholars use an interactive to explore how each coefficient affects the graph of a quadratic function. They also see how changes to the vertex form and how changes to...

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: High School Math – Target M

Your knowledge of graphs is a function of how much you try. Young mathematicians work on a set of 12 questions that covers graphing functions, comparing functions, and rewriting functions in different forms to determine key features....

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#### In a Triangle

What's in a triangle? Just 180 degrees worth of angles! Young learners use given angle relationships in a triangle to write an algebraic representation. Using a system of equations, they simplify the equation to a linear representation.