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Quadratic Practice
Adjust the coefficients of the parabola to hit all of the dots. Then, click the button to get a new set of dots.
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Michael Ford
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Math Everywhere, Inc.
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This quadratic example should give students a better understanding of how the coefficients of a quadratic function affect its graph.
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Contributed by:
Michael Ford
Concept by:
Math Everywhere, Inc.
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