Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Intercept Form

Parabola vertices and x-intercepts

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Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Intercept Form

by Carolyn Carroll //at grade
Find the x-intercepts and vertex of a quadratic function by writing it in intercept form and solve real-world problems.
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Characteristics of Quadratic Functions

by EPISD Algebra 1 Team //at grade
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SLT 2 Identify zeros of quadratic functions by factoring & use the zeros to graph the function.

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Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Intercept Form

by Meera Santhanam //at grade
This study guide reviews the "short cut" method of graphing quadratics based on using simple factoring to find the x intercepts and the vertex. (doesn't require you to make a table of values)
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Equation Grapher

by Mark Holmstrom //at grade
A simulation that automatically graphs an adjustable parabola.
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