Quadratic Functions
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Student Book
Daily Assignments
Day

Lesson

IXL/Learnzillion

April 11/14 
 Unit 7 Lesson 1 Investigation 1 Numbers 16
 Homework: Page 480 #1, 2 and 4


April 15/16 
 Unit 7 Lesson 1 Investigation 2 Number 1
 CYU Page 468 & CYU Page 472
 Extension Problem here
 Homework: Page 480 #3 & 5


April 17/21 
 Unit 7 Lesson 1 Investigation 3 Numbers 14
 Homework: Periods 5, 6 & 7:Page 480 Numbers 3, 5, 6 & 10 Periods 1 & 4: Page 480 Numbers 3, 5, 6 & finish graphs


April 22/23Earth Day 
 P1 & 4: Unit 7 Lesson 1 Investigation 3 Numbers 14
 P5, 6, 7: Unit 7 Lesson 1 Investigation 3 Number 7
 Homework:Periods 5, 6 & 7:Page 483 Numbers 12 & 15 and finish graphing Set 1 & Set 3 from Number 7 Periods 1 & 4: Page 480 Numbers 3, 5, 6 & finish graphs


April 24/25 
 Practice Worksheet
 Homework: Finish the worksheet


April 28/29 
 Review of Number 7 on Page 477
 Homework P1 & 4: CYU page 479 & Page 478 #8b, c & d


April 30/May 1 
 Periods 1 & 4: Review of all characteristics of a Quadratic
 Periods 5, 6 & 7: Review Worksheet
 Homework P1 & 4: Page 482 Numbers 7, 8, 11 and 14
 Homework P5, 6 & 7: finish the Review Worksheet


May 5/6 


May 9/12 
 Page 495 Numbers 14 and Page 493 Numbers 1 & 2
 Homework: Depending on what you were able to complete in class: 1) Page 499 Numbers 1, 2 & 7 or 2) Page 501 Numbers 47


May 13/14 
 Mike’s Water Slide: Page 527 Numbers 2 & 3
 Video Physics/Angry Bird Analysis
 Homework: Problems 5, 711, 24 & 25 on this worksheet.Use Desmos or a graphing calculator to answer questions 5, 710.














Reassessment Direction
To review the standard: Use quadratic functions to model relationships between quantities
 Explore real world problems here
Create a story that requires the building the solving of a quadratic equations. Solve your problem and show all work.
To review the standard: Analyze the shape of quadratic functions
 Explore the affect of a, b and c on a quadratic equations here
Create 5 different quadratic equations, graph them and explain what the values of a, b and c do to the equations you wrote. Compare all of your equations to the parent function y=x^2.