TI NSpire Navigator - a Tool for Formative Assessment - Section 4: Exit Ticket and Assignment

TI NSpire Navigator - a Tool for Formative Assessment

Analyzing Polynomial Functions

Unit 4: Polynomial Theorems and Graphs
Lesson 11 of 15

Big Idea: Polynomial functions behave differently over different values of input. We can characterize this behavior using terms like "increasing," "decreasing," "minimum," and "maximum."

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maximum points, Math, minimum points, Decreasing function, increasing function, polynomial functions, Algebra 2, graphing polynomial function, polynomial identities, Algebra
90 minutes

Colleen Werner

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