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Students will review:
This chapter helps students review the concepts in an advanced coordinate geometry unit of a standard math course. Topics covered include:
- Parabolas in standard, intercept and vertex forms
- Graphs of cubics, quartics and quintics
- Graphs of circles
- Graphs of ellipses
- Graphs of hyperbolas
- The line of symmetry
- Polar coordinates
1. What is a Parabola?
A parabola is a U shape that is created when a quadratic equation is graphed. Explore the characteristics of parabolas, how they are used in everyday life, and the defining spots of a parabola.
2. Parabolas in Standard, Intercept, and Vertex Form
The equation of a parabola can be expressed in three different forms. Explore different kinds of parabolas, and learn about the standard form, the intercept form, and the vertex form of parabola equations.
3. How to Graph Cubics, Quartics, Quintics and Beyond
Following the proper steps, the basic principles of graphing can be applied to cubics, quartics, quintics, and other polynomial functions. Learn more about basic graphing principles for polynomial functions, the importance of local maximums and minimums, and sketching for class on a graph through a detailed practice test question.
4. Graphing Circles: Identifying the Formula, Center and Radius
Graphing a circle requires knowing the center, radius, and circle formula. Changing the exponents in the formula changes the size and location on the graph. Learn how to to correctly graph a circle by identifying the formula, center, and radius.
5. Identifying the Line of Symmetry: Definition & Examples
The line of symmetry, or the invisible line in the center of a shape or line, can be identified algebraically or graphically. Discover more about the line of symmetry, including how to find it using a graph, using a formula, and some examples of them.
6. Recognizing Symmetry Graphically, Algebraically & Numerically About the Origin
Symmetry is found all throughout nature, with many real-world examples including common fruits. Symmetry can also be established on a mathematical graph. In this lesson, explore symmetry on a graph and learn how to find the origin point graphically, algebraically, and numerically.
7. Recognizing Symmetry Graphically, Algebraically, and Numerically About the X-axis and Y-axis
Symmetry can be seen in many different areas of life like, for example, the perfect reflection of an image in a mirror, and is also recognized mathematically. Learn about the x-axis and y-axis and discover how to recognize symmetry graphically, algebraically, and numerically.
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Other chapters within the SAT Mathematics Level 2: Help and Review course
- Basic Math Review: Help and Review
- Square Roots: Help and Review
- Basic Algebraic Expressions in Math: Help and Review
- Exponents in Math: Help and Review
- Linear Equations & Inequalities in Algebra: Help and Review
- Absolute Value Equations & Inequalities: Help and Review
- Polynomials in Algebra: Help and Review
- Functions in Math: Help and Review
- Rational Expressions in Algebra: Help and Review
- Matrices: Help and Review
- Sequences and Series in Math: Help and Review
- Exponentials and Logarithms in Math: Help and Review
- Complex Numbers in Math: Help and Review
- Coordinate Geometry Basics: Help and Review
- Graphing Linear Equations & Inequalities: Help and Review
- Three-Dimensional Geometry: Help and Review
- Overview of Trigonometry: Help and Review
- Probability, Combinations & Permutations: Help and Review
- Working with Data & Statistics: Help and Review
- Logic: Help and Review
- Limits in Math: Help and Review