Multiple Methods to Solve Problems with Quadratic Functions

Unit 5: More Abstract Work with Quadratic Functions
Lesson 4 of 17

Big Idea: Give students problems that allow for multiple points of entry and let them use lots of time and technology to develop their own methods to solve them--after several days, you will be excited to see all the different methods they come up with!

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Hilary Yamtich

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