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How Does a Parabola Grow?

Unit 10: Quadratic Functions
Lesson 11 of 21

Objective: SWBAT identify the key features of a parabola, and to use the structure of the perfect squares to see a novel shortcut for plotting successive points on the graph.

Big Idea: It's not so much about the shortcut as it is about the structure it reveals!

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Math, Graphing (Algebra), Quadratic Equations, graphing functions, delta math, novel strategies, Growth Mindset, Algebra 1
  43 minutes
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