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Changes for Linear and Quadratic Equations Assignment

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For linear functions, what happens when the m gets further from zero? For linear functions, what happens when the m gets closer to zero? 1.

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For quadratic functions, what happens when the a gets further from zero? For quadratic functions, what happens when the a gets closer to zero? 2.

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What do the b and the c do for linear and quadratic graphs? 3.

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How does y=10x+5 differ from y=2x+3? 4.

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How does y=4x 2 +9 differ from y=11x 2 +15? 5.

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How does the y intercept of y=8x+9 and y=4x 2 +1 differ? 6.

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Sketch what a positive slope of a linear function would look like and what a positive slope of a quadratic function would look like. 7.

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If you have a function y=8x+9, what would happen if you changed the 9 to a 3? 8.

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If you have a function y=6x 2 +2, what would happen if you changed the 6 to a 1? 9.

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Compare y= –6x 2 +4 and y=x 2 –1 10.

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ACE ( Worth 20 pts) For Quadratic and Linear Functions, how are the M and the A different? A- Answer the Question while restating the prompt C – Cite Evidence (For math you can use mat rules or things from your notes) E – Further explain 11.

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