Lesson 4 Square Deal Solidify Understanding

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State the -intercept for each of the graphs. Then, match the graph with its equation.

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A parabola with vertex at (2.5, 3.25) and passing through (-5, 5) and (2, 5) x–5–5–5555y–10–10–10–5–5–5555000

-intercept =

Equation:

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A parabola with vertex at (2, 0) and passing through (1, 1) and (3, 1) x555y555000

-intercept =

Equation:

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A parabola with vertex at (-4, 9) and passing through (-8, 5) and (0, 5) x–10–10–10–5–5–5555y–5–5–5555101010000

-intercept =

Equation:

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A parabola with vertex at (6, 10) and passing through (4, 9) and (8, 9) x555101010y555101010000

-intercept =

Equation:

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A parabola with vertex at (1, 0) and passing through (-1, -4) and (2, -4) x–5–5–5555y–5–5–5555000

-intercept =

Equation:

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A parabola with vertex at (-1, -7.5) and passing through (-4, -3) and (3, -3) x–5–5–5555y–5–5–5555000

-intercept =

Equation:

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Fill in the missing value so that each expression will connect with perfect squares. Then state the dimensions of the squares in each problem.

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Given the following scrambled diagram, write two equivalent equations for the area.

Two squares. Four rectangles with length the side of the square and width 1 unit. Five unit squares.

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Given the scrambled diagram below, write two equivalent equations for the area.

Three squares. Twelve rectangles with length the side of the square and width 1 unit. Sixteen unit squares.

The equations show one way to represent the area. Create another equation that also represents the area and is based on the closest perfect square for the area.

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Find the indicated function value when and .

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