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How to Graph a Quadratic Equation Step by Step
In this one time class, your child will learn to graph a quadratic equation by finding the vertex, line of symmetry and table of values. We will also explore the characteristics of quadratic equations.
Cynthia Frisch M. Ed.
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This class is a direct instruction lesson on how to graph a quadratic equation in 4 easy to follow steps. Learners will interact a great deal through question and answer discussions. I have a very laid back and friendly teaching style. Learners should know the basic format of a quadratic equation: y = ax2 + bx + c. The four step taught will be : -finding the line of symmetry -finding the vertex -creating a table of values consisting of 5 ordered pairs -graphing the equation We will discuss...
Students will learn how to graph a quadratic equation in four simple steps. They will learn that a quadratic function is a "u-shaped" graph called a parabola that an open up or down. There will be able to determine whether or not the parabola opens up or down and whether its graph will be narrow or wide.
No homework will be assigned. No independent required.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Cynthia Frisch M. Ed.Math Teacher
33 total reviews
196 completed classes
I've been a middle school math teacher for 25+ years in the public school system. I'm highly qualified with 30+ credit hours in Mathematics with a minor in middle school math. I also have a Masters Degree in Counseling. My classes range from...