Midterm Madness Topics 2017.doc

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Ms. Corey, Ms. Jones, Ms. Kingren, Ms. Livas, Ms. Niland ALGEBRA 2 MIDTERM TOPICS January 2018 Study all notes, quizzes and tests. Teachers will provide comprehensive review packets prior to the exam. All classes will review for the midterm in class at least 2 days prior to the exam. Teachers will also be available for help outside of class time. For extra practice and help, see the HCPSS Math Support at under High School Courses, Algebra 2, Units 1-3. Unit 1: Introduction to Families of Functions Recognize parent functions given equations, graphs, tables, or scenarios Identify key features of functions: Domain and range, Maximum and minimum, Continuity, Symmetry, Average rate of change Choose/Create/Apply a model for real world data- Linear, Exponential, or Quadratic Analyze a model for given data- Residual plots, Correlation Coefficient, and/or real world constraints Define Inverse Relations graphically Unit 2: Expanding Understanding of Quadratic Functions Identify key features of quadratic functions given Standard, Vertex, and Factored-form equations
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