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### Water in a Bucket (Data Collection)

Activity for collecting data, scatterplots, and linear modeling/regression. Authors: Doug Quaak, Brenda Quaak, Gail Everhart, Michelle Edelbeck, Lesley Hicks, Jamie Tuch, Scott MartinContinue

### Perfect Square Trinomials

Started Jun 6, 2011

Lesson on the shortcut for squaring a binomial into a perfect square trinomial. Authors: Allison Soderberg, Lisa Olson, Jennifer VollenweiderContinue

Tags: square, trinomials, perfect, binomial, a

### Shapes of Polynomial Graphs

Started this discussion. Last reply by Claudia Heinrich Aug 16, 2012.

Lesson on graphing polynomial functions. Authors: Renee' Yake and Michelle HermanContinue

Tags: local, extrema, behavior, end, functions

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cassandra Markva Apr 25, 2012.

Lesson on quadratic equations, functions, and finding the vertex, maximum, and/or minimum. Author: Scott KleimanContinue

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Jeanette Lynn Stein replied to Britt Slade's discussion 'Family Ties'
"Thank you so much for sharing your work with this lesson. I love how neat and clean it feels. I have special ed and ELL students that can get very overwhelmed. This will be a great lesson for everyone in my class. I have included it on my website as…"
Sep 30, 2012
"This is a nice lesson with 6 families of polynomial functions.  It asks the students to make a table & graph and then describe the characteristics & make connections.  This is a good lesson to add to your favorites."
Aug 16, 2012
"Thank you so much for posting this activity. My Algebra class' favorite question has been "When will I ever use this?" and now when we go over quadratics next week, I can show them a real world example! This will be a wonderful…"
Apr 25, 2012
"Thanks, I used this lesson in my Algebra 1 class to introduce the unit on parabolas.  It went very well, the students were talking and collaborating and engaged the whole time.  I appreciate you sharing your ideas.  "
Mar 29, 2012
"This is a great lesson that uses the vertical motion model for quadratics in a real world setting.  It has a student handout that is ready to print and use along with an answer key.  The lesson is in a word document that can easily be…"
Mar 24, 2012

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