Please complete quiz corrections by Friday and return the back page of your signed syllabus. Review the notes and problems in your INB: solving 1 and 2 step equations, solving inequalities with one variable and graphing the solution on a number line. Tomorrow we will graph linear equations in slope-intercept form and inequalities with two variables.
Below are the answers to the Graphing Quadratics from Vertex form worksheet. Please review your work and correct all mistakes. Come to class prepared to ask questions if you need help identifying the key features of quadratic functions: vertex, axis of symmetry, interval of increase, interval of decrease, extrema, max/min value, domain, range, y-intercept, zeroes (how many and what they are). Practice converting quadratic equations from standard to vertex form and from vertex to standard form. Your interactive notebooks should be up to date with your notes to help you review for Thursday's quiz and our unit test Tuesday, February 2nd.
Study for your unit 1 test. Below are the answers to the Unit 1 Study Guide with the problems worked out.
Below are the answers to last night's homework along with each problem worked out in detail - Simplifying Radical Expressions.
Study for your quiz tomorrow on the following topics: translating words into algebraic expressions, simplify radicals, given an expression identify terms, coefficients, constants, and factors,
Study for your homework quiz and your quadratics quiz. Your homework quiz will be 5 problems from your homework Daily 5 sheet this week. Your quadratics quiz will be very similar to the classwork we completed in class today. Given a quadratic function and its graph, know how to identify the key elements: domain, range, vertex, axis of symmetry, y-intercept, zeroes/roots, average rate of change, interval of increase, interval of decrease, extrema and max/min value.
Welcome back! I hope everyone had a wonderful break. This week we are covering quadratic functions which are also called parabolas. Below is the link to a web page which has a great video to review labeling parts of quadratic equation graphs.