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Math Support II Version: CPS 08-09

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Unit Name: 01 Quadratic Functions

Essential Question

What are my roots?

Enduring Understanding

  • The graph of any quadratic function is a vertical and/or horizontal shift of a vertical stretch or shrink of the basic quadratic function f(x)=x2.
  • The vertex of a quadratic function provides the maximum or minimum output value of the function and the input at which it occurs.
  • Every quadratic equation can be solved using the Quadratic Formula.
  • The discriminant of a quadratic equation determines whether the equation has two real roots, one real root, or two complex conjugate roots.
  • The complex numbers are an extension of the real number system and have many useful applications.
  • Topic 1

    Solving Quadratic Functions

    Topic 1 Standards and Elements


    MM2A3
    MM2A3.b.
    MM2A3.c.
    MM2A4
    MM2A4.a.
    MM2A4.b.

    Topic 2

    Quadratics: Graphically and Algebraically

    Topic 2 Standards and Elements


    MM2A3
    MM2A3.a.
    MM2A3.b.
    MM2A3.c.
    MM2A4
    MM2A4.a.
    MM2A4.b.

    Topic 3

    More Complex Quadratics

    Topic 3 Standards and Elements


    MM2A3
    MM2A3.a.
    MM2A3.b.
    MM2A3.c.
    MM2A4
    MM2A4.a.
    MM2A4.b.
    MM2A4.c.
    MM2N1
    MM2N1.a.
    MM2N1.b.
    MM2N1.c.
    MM2N1.d.

    Topic 4

    Connections

    Topic 4 Standards and Elements


    MM2A3
    MM2A3.d.
    MM2A3.e.

    Unit Vocabulary

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    • quadratic function
    • standard form
    • vertex form
    • quadratic formula
    • discriminant
    • root

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