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Comparing and Graphing Quadratic Functions in Different Forms

Unit 8: Quadratic Functions
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT match paper dominoes when given different structures of Quadratic Equations to their graphs by complete missing information of the key features of each structure.

Big Idea: To go deeper, not wider! Identify misconceptions, and expert learners to teach other students.

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standard form of an equation, Math, Quadratic Equations, Exit Slip, vertex form, factored form, Intercept Form, Graphing Quadratic Functions, Matching Paper Dominoes, Comparison Chart of Different Structures
  50 minutes
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