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Create and Graph Quadratic Equations




 

Videos and lessons to help High School students learn how to create equations in two or more variables to represent relationships between quantities; graph equations on coordinate axes with labels and scales.

Suggested Learning Targets


  • Create equations in two or more variables to represent relationships between quantities.
  • Graph equations in two variables on a coordinate plane and label the axes and scales.

Common Core: HSA-CED.A.2

Related Topics:
Algebra Word Problems

Common Core (Algebra)

Common Core for Mathematics

Creating and graphing equations in two or more variables (Common Core A-CED.2)
In this lesson you will learn how to create and graph relationships by using quadratic functions.


Model quadratic functions by drawing graphs and writing equations - A-CED.2
In this lesson you will learn how to model quadratic functions by drawing graphs and writing equations.





Create equations in two or more variables to represent relationships between quantities (A-CED.2)
In this lesson you will learn how to create an equation for a quadratic relationship by making a table and drawing a graph.


Create equations in two or more variables to represent relationships between quantities (A-CED.2)
In this lesson you will learn how to solve problems involving quadratic functions by using a table of values.



 

Application of Quadratic Equations - Modeling and Graphs
This video looks at an example of a quadratic equation modeling the height of diver t seconds after he dives off a platform. We find the time it takes to reach various heights and we find the maximum height.


Writing Quadratic Models Graphs




Graphing Quadratic Functions


Quadratic Equations
A frog jump to catch a grasshopper. The frog reaches a maximum height of 25cm and travels a horizontal distance of 100cm. A grasshopper, located 30cm in front of the frog, starts to jump at the same time as the frog. The grasshopper reaches a maximum height of 36cm and travels a horizontal distance of 48cm. The frog and the grasshopper both jump in the same direction. 

a) Consider the frog's starting position to be at the origin of a coordinate grid. Draw a diagram to model the given information.
b) Determine a quadratic equation to model the frog's height and the grasshopper's height as a function of the horizontal distance travelled. 
c) Solve the system of equation and interpret your solution in the context of this problem.



 

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