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## Big Idea: Students create a foldable to help remember what key characteristics can be identified from a quadratic function in all three forms.

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quadratic functions, Math, Quadratic Equations, standard form, axis of symmetry, foldable, 3 forms, vertex form, Intercept Form, vertices, Maximum and Minimum
50 minutes

### Rhonda Leichliter

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