
What type of equation would the following graph give you?
Absolute Value

Absolute Value equations give you what "shape" for a graph?
"V"

Squared (x^{2}) equations give you what "shape" for a graph?
"U"  Parabola

Cubed (x^{3}) equations give you what "shape" for a graph?
Snake

y=mx+b equations give you what "shape" for a graph?
Line

y=# and x=# give you what "shape" for a graph?
Line

"H.O.Y." stands for what?
 Horizontal Line
 "Zero" slope
 Equation is y=# and goes through yaxis

"V.U.X" stands for what?
 Vertical Line
 "Undefined" slope
 Equation is x=# and goes through xaxis

What does the "m" in y=mx+b stand for?
Slope

What is your saying for slope when it comes to graphing?
Rise over run


the equation y=(x  h)^{2}+(y  k)^{2} will give you what "shape"?
Circle

What does the "b" in y=mx+b stand for?
yintercept

What is the vertex of the following graph?
(0, 3)

Is the following a Minimum or Maximum?
Minimum

Is the following a Minimum or Maximum?
Maximum

What is the vertex of the following graph?
(3, 6)

What is the vertex of the following equation: y=2(x  1)^{2}3?
(1, 3)

What is the vertex of the following equation: y=x^{2}+4x+4?
(2, 8)

Where can you find the solutions, zeros, or roots on a graph?
Where the function crosses the xaxis

What are the solutions/"real" zeros of the following graph?
Where the function crosses the xaxis: 4 and 6

What is the vertex of the following equation:
(0, 2)

What "shape" will the following equation make:
Snake

What 'shape" will the following equation make:
"U"  Parabola

What is the slope of the following equation:
slope = 1/2

What is the yintercept of the following equation:
yintercept = 0

What is the yintercept of the following equation:
yintercept = 9

What is the xintercept and yintercept of the following equation:
 xintercept: (9, 0)
 yintercept: (0, 3)

What is the xintercept and yintercept of the following equation:
 xintercept: (4, 0)
 yintercept: (0, 8)

Describe the end behavior of the following: x^{2}
 Up to the left
 Up to the right

Describe the end behavior of the following: x^{2}
 Down to the left
 Down to the right

Describe the end behavior of the following: x^{3}
 Down to the left
 Up to the right

Describe the end behavior of the following: x^{3}
 Up to the left
 Down to the right

Describe the end behavior of the following: x
 Down to the left
 Up to the right

Describe the end behavior of the following: x
 Up to the left
 Down to the right

Describe the end behavior of the following: x^{4}
 Up to the left
 Up to the right

Describe the end behavior of the following: x^{4}
 Down to the left
 Down to the right

has how many "zeros/solutions"? (all zeros, real and imaginary)
# zeros is always representative of the highest power = 4

has how many "zeros/solutions"? (all zeros, real and imaginary)
# zeros is always representative of the highest power = 8

How many "real" solutions does the following graph have?
What is the solution?

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