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#### Quadratic Functions

Here is a collection that not just teaches parabolas, but allows for exploration of the quadratic function to model realistic scenarios. Students are guided through videos, DESMOS activities, and practice problems to explore the topic.

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#### High School Math Handouts

A collection of different resources can augment any math curriculum. Sheets can be printed, posted on the wall, or emailed to students for use in the classroom.

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#### Summer Math Projects

Summer learning loss can be one of the most tragic things to happen to a student's academic success, as well as cause much frustration for educators. Stop the learning loss in math with five summer projects intended for middle and high...

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#### Algebra: High School Common Core Math

All Algebra, all the time! Here is a compiled list of resources that address all of the standards regarding Algebra Common Core for high school. Each resource has the main standard it addresses under the notes section of the item.

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#### "Grade 9-12, Claim 2 & 4: Problem Solving & Communication Reasoning Supports"

Small but mighty, a collection of three resources features presentation slides that prepare high schoolers for the Smarter Balanced assessment. Claim 2 features problem solving questions drawn from all content areas. Claim 3 focuses on...

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#### What is a Quadratic Function?

This is an introductory video on how to identify a quadratic function. This video explains what a quadratic function is and what the graph of a quadratic function looks like. The instructor goes through 4 examples of quadratic functions...

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#### How Do You Graph the Parent Quadratic Function y=x2?

Watch this video to learn about the parent quadratic function. The instructor walks learners through this step-by-step process.

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#### What is the Maximum of a Quadratic Function?

What is the highest point of an upside down parabola called? It's called the maximum of a quadratic function, also known as, the vertex.

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#### What is the Minimum of a Quadratic Function?

What is the lowest point of a 'U' shaped parabola called? It's called the minimum of a quadratic function, also known as, the vertex.

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#### What is the Maximum of a Quadratic Function?

What is the highest point of an upside-down parabola called? It's called the maximum of a quadratic function, also known as, the vertex.

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#### What is the Minimum of a Quadratic Function?

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#### What is the Vertex of a Quadratic Function?

The vertex of an upward facing parabola is the lowest point on the parabola and is called the minimum. The vertex on a downward facing parabola is the highest point on the parabola and is called the maximum. These are the two...

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#### Linear vs. Quadratic Functions

What are the differences between quadratic and linear functions? Scholars determine the answer by calculating linear and quadratic functions and using number lines to show how these functions relate. They will ultimately recognize that...

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#### How Do You Graph a Quadratic Function?

What things need to be done to graph a quadratic function? Well, first, find the axis of symmetry, then find the vertex of the parabola, then create a table and plug in some x-values to get the resulting y-values. Now write the values as...

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#### How Do You Make a Table for a Quadratic Function?

Making a table for a quadratic function is not so complicated. Here are a few tricks to make it easier. One trick is to find the axis of symmetry and another is to find the vertex. These two values can be used to pick values to plug in...

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#### How Do You Determine if the Vertex of a Quadratic Function Will be a Maximum or Minimum?

The form of a quadratic function can help you determine if the vertex of a quadratic equation will be a minimum or a maximum of the function. If the coefficient of 'a' in the quadratic form of the equation is positive the vertex will be...

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#### Module 6: Quadratic Functions

Linear, exponential, now it's time for quadratic patterns! Learners build on their skills of modeling patterns by analyzing situations with quadratic functions. The sixth module in the Algebra I series has pupils analyze multiple...

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#### Making Sense of a Quadratic Function

Deepen understanding of quadratic functions with a well-designed lesson. By combining function notation, quadratic functions, and symmetry, learners make conclusions about different scenarios. They then critique others' methods and...

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#### Exploring the Symmetry in Graphs of Quadratic Functions

Math is all about finding solutions and connections you didn't expect! Young mathematicians often first discover nonlinear patterns when graphing quadratic functions. The instructional activity begins with the vocabulary of a quadratic...

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#### How Do You Find the Axis of Symmetry for a Quadratic Function?

Short and simple. X equals negative b divided by two(a) is the formula used to find the axis of symmetry. If the quadratic equation is in standard form, identify the values for a, b, and c and plug the values into the formula. Do the...

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#### What is the Axis of Symmetry of a Quadratic Function?

The graph of a quadratic equation is a parabola. Parabolas are symmetrical. The line that passes through the vertex is called the axis of symmetry. And if the parabolas were folded along this line, the two sides would be symmetrical....

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#### Projectile Motion and Quadratic Functions

New ReviewModel the flight of a ball. Small groups collect time data for how long it takes to toss a ball between two people. The teacher leads a discussion about projectile motion to get the class thinking about how to calculate the equation of...

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#### Graphing Quadratic Functions - Algebra Help

This clip covers a lot of ground and is perfect for those needing a little extra help remembering how to graph a quadratic function. It begins with a multi-step problem which requires the learner to graph a quadratic function, set up a...

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#### Limits of Polynomial and Rational Functions: Evaluating the Limits of the Quadratic Function

Push an engaging resource to the limit. The interactive allows learners to find a limit on quadratic functions graphically. Using sliders, pupils set the x-value for the limit and to move values from the left and right toward the limit.

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