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Properties of polynomial functions

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Characteristics of Parabolas Interactive Notebook Page - quadratic function inb page

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Describing Characteristics of Graphs Foldable - Inside

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Which One Doesn't Belong? Tell Me why? Even Calculus students can be challenged to think about characteristics.

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### Quadratic Functions Key Features Foldable

This Quadratic Functions: Key Features foldable can be used as a summary tool for your interactive notebooks. Or the foldable can be used as a record sheet for my Quadratic Functions: Matching Game. Includes graphing, algebraic equation, and characteristics such as domain and range; increasing and decreasing; positive and negative; zero(s); and even, odd or neither.

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Using the game for characteristics of polynomials.

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### Graphing Polynomial Functions Flip Book

Graphing Polynomial Functions Flip BookThis flip book was created to be used as a stations activity to provide extra practice with graphing polynomial functions and identifying the following key characteristics:Turning Points (Relative Minimum and Relative Maximum), Increasing Intervals, Decreasing Intervals, Parent Function, End Behavior, Zeroes, Domain, and Range.There are 8 functions in the book.

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### End Behavior of Polynomial Functions: Sorting Activities

Card Sorting Activities for End Behavior of Polynomial Functions

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Arthur Cayley (Richmond, 1821) postulated the Cayley–Hamilton theorem—that every square matrix is a root of its own characteristic polynomial, and verified it for matrices of order 2 and 3. He was the first to define the concept of a group in the modern way—as a set with a binary operation satisfying certain laws. Cayley's theorem is named in his honour.