Lessons 1–3 Self Assessment 1

For each statement, rate your understanding according to the continuum, and then provide evidence for your rating.

I understand and can do it accurately. I understand most of the time, but I’m still working on it. I don’t understand this yet.
I can

model a story context, including a visual pattern, with a quadratic function.

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I can

compare and contrast linear and quadratic functions.

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I can

i can explain the meaning of the first difference of a quadratic function.

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Lessons 4–6 Self Assessment 2

For each statement, rate your understanding according to the continuum, and then provide evidence for your rating.

I understand and can do it accurately. I understand most of the time, but I’m still working on it. I don’t understand this yet.
I can

determine if a function is quadratic, linear, or exponential given any representation.

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I can

describe the features of a quadratic function, including maximum or minimum, domain, range, intervals of increase and decrease, and intercepts.

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I can

compare the behavior of a quadratic, a linear, and an exponential function for large and small values of .

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My plan for mastering this content is…