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High school algebra resource Quadratic Equations Task Cards {Solving by Factoring Method} - This activity is intended to help students practice the skill of solving quadratic equations using factoring method. | by Algebra Corner

High school algebra resource Quadratic Equations Task Cards {Solving by Factoring Method} - This activity is intended to help students practice the skill of solving quadratic equations using factoring method.

These handy foldable notes will put vocabulary and instructions about quadratics at your students' fingertips!  Definitions include: quadratic function/equation, standard form, parabola, vertex of a parabola, maximum (greatest value), minimum (least value), x-intercepts/roots/zeros/solutions, axis of symmetry, discriminant, quadratic formula  A crossword puzzle is included along with the notes.

Quadratics Foldable Notes and Crossword

These handy foldable notes will put vocabulary and instructions about quadratics at your students' fingertips! Definitions include: quadratic function/equation, standard form, parabola, vertex of a parabola, maximum (greatest value), minimum (least value), x-intercepts/roots/zeros/solutions, axis of symmetry, discriminant, quadratic formula A crossword puzzle is included along with the notes.

Teaching Statistics: Made4Math - More Quadratic Fun :)

Quadratic Function Foldable Best quadratics foldable EVER! :) This is the point where students really start thinking "HOLY MOLY! Of course a huge part of Quadratics is the terminology, and this helps to organize all that info.

Matching quadratic graph to equation. Also practices axis of symmetry, vertex and opening direction.

Worksheets: Matching quadratic graph to equation. Also practices axis of symmetry, vertex and opening direction.

Math = Love: Different Forms of a Quadratic Function - Foldable and Flyswatter Game

Math = Love: Different Forms of a Quadratic Function - Foldable and Flyswatter Game

(free) In this sorting activity, students have to decide if a word problem is asking them to find the x at the vertex, the y at the vertex or the positive zero. There are no problems to solve, which forces students to look for keywords to determine which part of the parabola a word problem is asking them to find. This activity helps students remember to look for the keywords in future quadratic word problems.

In this sorting activity, students have to decide if a word problem is asking them to find the x at the vertex, the y at the vertex or the positive zero. There are no problems to solve, which forces students to look for keywords

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