Math - 2018-19
A.4b - Quadratic Equations
A.4 The student will solve
b) quadratic equations in one variable algebraically;
- I can find the best trajectory for swooshing a basketball from center court to make 3 points and I can determine the curved course for a rocket launched to Mars.
- I will be able to write symbolic representations of the
way numbers behave and will know that in order to maintain equality, an
operation performed on one side must also be performed on the other side.
UNDERSTANDING THE STANDARD
· Each point on the graph of a linear or quadratic equation in two variables is a solution of the equation.
· Practical problems may be interpreted, represented, and solved using linear and quadratic equations.
· The process of solving linear and quadratic equations can be modeled in a variety of ways, using concrete, pictorial, and symbolic representations.
· Quadratic equations in one variable may be solved algebraically by factoring and applying properties of equality or by using the quadratic formula over the set of real numbers (Algebra I) or the set of complex numbers (Algebra II).
The student will use problem solving, mathematical communication, mathematical reasoning, connections, and representations to
quadratic equations in one variable algebraically. Solutions may be rational or irrational.
· A.4b2 Apply the properties of real numbers and properties of equality to simplify expressions and solve equations.
the domain, range, zeros, and intercepts of a function presented algebraically
· A.7cd1 Use the x-intercepts from the graphical representation of a quadratic function to determine and confirm its factors.
literal equation (formula), expression, equation,
properties of real numbers, properties of equality, quadratic equation,
quadratic function, quadratic expression, roots, zeros, linear equation,
system, substitution, elimination, ordered pair, coordinate, intersection,
intercepts, solution, infinite, parallel, coincide, simultaneous