High School: Quadratic Functions in Different and Equivalent Forms (CCSSM Version)
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- Recognize Quadratic Relationships Represented in Patterns, Graphs, Tables, and Symbols
- Represent, Identify, and Interpret Key Features of Quadratic Relationships
- Understand, Write, and Use Quadratic Functions in Different Forms
- 25 high-level tasks with associated QuickStarts, Practices, Applications, and Quick Writes.
- 3 checkpoints and 6 support activities.
- 1 final performance-based assessment with scoring guide.
- Understand and identify the rate of change that defines different types of functional relationships, including linear, exponential, and quadratic.
- Analyze patterns, graphs, tables, and equations to determine whether the type of functional relationship represented is linear, exponential, or quadratic.
- Analyze and construct tables, graphs, and equations of quadratic relationships to identify key features, such as the x-intercepts (zeros), vertex, axis of symmetry, differing average rates of change, and regions of increase and decrease.
- Use different forms of quadratic functions and convert between/among them to identify x-intercepts (zeros), the vertex, and other key features in contextual situations, including:
- Standard form
- Factored form (intercept form)
- Graphing form (vertex form)