CCSS

These are the resources that support this Common Core Standard.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.HSF.LE.A.1

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INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Analyzing Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Factored Form

This slide show provides 8 examples of quadratic functions in factored form and analyzes their graphs. Note: The download is a PPT file.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Analyzing Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form

This slide show provides 18 examples of quadratic functions in standard form and analyzes their graphs. Note: The download is a PPT file.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Graphs of Quadratic Functions

In this Slide Show, learn about graphs of quadratic functions. Note: The download is a PPT file.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Nspire App Tutorial: Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form with Sliders

In this Slide Show, learn how to graph quadratic functions in standard form using sliders for the values of a, b, and c. This presentation requires the use of the TI-Nspire iPad App. Note: the download is a PPT.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE: Nspire App Tutorial: Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Vertex Form with Sliders

In this Slide Show, learn how to graph quadratic functions in vertex form using sliders for the values of h and k. This presentation requires the use of the TI-Nspire iPad App. Note: the download is a PPT.

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 01

Example 1: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Positive whole number slope, positive y-intercept.

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 02

Example 2: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Positive fractional slope, positive y-intercep.

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 03

Example 3: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Positive whole number slope, negative y-intercept.

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 04

Example 4: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Positive fractional slope, negative y-intercept .

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 05

Example 5: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Negative whole number slope, positive y-intercept .

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 06

Example 6: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Negative fractional slope, positive y-intercept .

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 07

Example 7: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Negative whole number slope, negative y-intercept .

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 08

Example 8: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Negative fractional slope, negative y-intercept .

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 09

Example 9: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Positive slope, y-intercept at the origin.

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 10

Example 10: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Negative slope, y-intercept at the origin .

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 11

Example 11: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Zero slope, positive y-intercept .

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 12

Example 12: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Zero slope, negative y-intercept .

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Linear Functions in Slope-Intercept Form: Example 13

Example 13: Constructing the graph of a line given the slope m and y-intercept b, under the following conditions: Zero slope. y-intercept at the origin.

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 01

Tutorial--Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 1 In this example, the graph of a quadratic function in standard form has these parameters: a > 0, b > 0, c > 0.

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 02

Tutorial--Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 2 In this example, the graph of a quadratic function in standard form has these parameters: a > 0, b > 0, c < 0.

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 03

Tutorial--Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 3 In this example, the graph of a quadratic function in standard form has these parameters: a > 0, b < 0, c > 0.

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 04

Tutorial--Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 4 In this example, the graph of a quadratic function in standard form has these parameters: a < 0, b > 0, c > 0.

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 05

Tutorial--Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 5 In this example, the graph of a quadratic function in standard form has these parameters: a > 0, b < 0, c < 0.

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 06

Tutorial--Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 6 In this example, the graph of a quadratic function in standard form has these parameters: a < 0, b < 0, c > 0.

MATH EXAMPLE: Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 07

Tutorial--Graphs of Quadratic Functions in Standard Form: Example 7 In this example, the graph of a quadratic function in standard form has these parameters: a < 0, b > 0, c < 0.