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Title: ## Analyzing Graphs of Quadratic FunctionsResource ID: OT1641 By: TEA Grade: 8–10 Subject: Mathematics |
Given the graph of a situation represented by a quadratic function, the student will analyze the graph and draw conclusions. |

Title: ## Analyzing Situations Involving Inverse VariationResource ID: A1M6L12 By: rhill Grade: 9–12 Subject: Mathematics |
This activity provides an opportunity for students to investigate the use of tables to represent situations involving inverse variation. |

Title: ## Analyzing Situations Involving Inverse Variation (graphs)Resource ID: OT16131 By: TEA Grade: 8–10 Subject: Mathematics |
Given verbal and symbolic descriptions of situations involving inverse variation, the student will analyze the situation using graphs. |

Title: ## Analyzing the Effect of the Changes in c on the graph of y = ax^2 +cResource ID: OT1631 By: TEA Grade: 8–10 Subject: Mathematics |
Given verbal, graphical or symbolic descriptions of the graph of y = ax^2 + c the student will investigate, describe and predict the effect of changes in c on the graph. |

Title: ## Analyzing the effects of the changes in a on the graph of y = ax^2 +cResource ID: OT1621 By: TEA Grade: 8–10 Subject: Mathematics |
Given verbal, graphical or symbolic descriptions of the graph of y = ax^2 + c the student will investigate, describe and predict the effect of changes in a on the graph. |

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