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Quadratic and Cubic Functions

Writing Cubic Function from real roots (4 MODELS Graphic O

Writing Cubic Function from real roots (4 MODELS Graphic Organizer) - EDITABLE

Writing Cubic Function from real roots (4 MODELS Graphic O

Quadratic, Cubic, Reciprocal and Exponential Graphs

Quadratic and Cubic Functions

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Cubic Functions Matching is an interactive and hands on way for students to practice finding roots of cubic functions to identify key features of the graph. Students match each cubic function card to its zeros card and graph card. This activity can be used in a variety of ways including as an interactive notebook page, class pairs activity, homework assignment, or individual assessment of student understanding.

Cubic Functions Matching is an interactive and hands on way for students to practice finding roots of cubic functions to identify key features of the graph. Students match each cubic function card to its zeros card and graph card. This activity can be used in a variety of ways including as an interactive notebook page, class pairs activity, homework assignment, or individual assessment of student understanding.

This applet allows for students to discover how the parameters "a", "h", and "k" affect the graphs and equations of 4 key parent functions:  The parent quadratic function  The parent cubic function The parent absolute value function The parent square root function  The LOCATION OF THE SLIDERS are INTENTIONALLY PLACED to help students make more meaningful connections.   Key guiding questions are located underneath the applet.

This applet allows for students to discover how the parameters "a", "h", and "k" affect the graphs and equations of 4 key parent functions: The parent quadratic function The parent cubic function The parent absolute value function The parent square root function The LOCATION OF THE SLIDERS are INTENTIONALLY PLACED to help students make more meaningful connections. Key guiding questions are located underneath the applet.

Cubic Function | The basic cubic function, f ( x ) = x 3 , is graphed below.

Cubic Function | The basic cubic function, f ( x ) = x 3 , is graphed below.

Algebra 2 - How to find the real zeros by solving a cubic function in vertex form, y=8(-x-2)^3+5 - YouTube

Algebra 2 - How to find the real zeros by solving a cubic function in vertex form, y=8(-x-2)^3+5 - YouTube

Here's a great activity to reinforce graphing radical functions, graphing cubic functions, finding inverses of radical functions and inverses of cu...

Algebra 2-PreCalculus: Graphing Radical Functions Match-Up Activity

Here's a great activity to reinforce graphing radical functions, graphing cubic functions, finding inverses of radical functions and inverses of cu...

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