Exit Slip- Quadratic functions in standard form.pdf - Section 3: Exit Slip

Exit Slip- Quadratic functions in standard form.pdf
Exit Slip- Quadratic functions in standard form.pdf

Graphing Quadratic Functions in Standard Form f(x)=ax^2+bx+c.

Lesson 2 of 10

Big Idea: To find and plot the vertex first! Evaluate x on one side of the vertex, and use the idea of symmetry to plot the points on the other side of the vertex.

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standard form of an equation, Math, Quadratic Equations, Real World application problem, Graphing Quadratic Functions, graphing using a t, Vertex Formula, Finding the Vertex, Maximum or Minimum
50 minutes

Rhonda Leichliter

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