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

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