Ch 16: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Advanced Coordinate Geometry

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Enjoy this comprehensive overview of advanced coordinate geometry, designed to enhance your ability to succeed on the Ohio EOCE - Integrated Math II exam. Access fun lessons, short quizzes, a chapter exam and more to prepare for the test.

Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Advanced Coordinate Geometry - Chapter Summary

This chapter explores advanced coordinate geometry concepts you could see on the Ohio EOCE - Integrated Math II exam. Review entertaining video lessons and access full lesson transcripts to ensure you're able to answer questions on the exam that ask you to:

  • Define a parabola
  • Explain parabolas in standard, intercept, and vertex form
  • Graph cubics, quartics, quintics and beyond
  • Demonstrate how to identify the formula and center when graphing circles
  • Show how to identify the line of symmetry
  • Recognize symmetry graphically, algebraically and numerically about the origin, x-axis and y-axis

Each video lesson in this chapter features video tags that allow you to identify and skip to key topics without watching it in full. Utilize this feature to streamline the studying process. Before, during or after reviewing each lesson, take the short quiz to assess your comprehension of advanced coordinate geometry. Prior to taking the test, be sure to test your readiness by taking the practice exam for this chapter.

7 Lessons in Chapter 16: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Advanced Coordinate Geometry
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What is a Parabola?

1. What is a Parabola?

A parabola is the U shape that we get when we graph a quadratic equation. We actually see parabolas all over the place in real life. In this lesson, learn where, and the correct vocab to use when talking about them.

Parabolas in Standard, Intercept, and Vertex Form

2. Parabolas in Standard, Intercept, and Vertex Form

By rearranging a quadratic equation, you can end up with an infinite number of ways to express the same thing. Learn about the three main forms of a quadratic and the pros and cons of each.

How to Graph Cubics, Quartics, Quintics and Beyond

3. How to Graph Cubics, Quartics, Quintics and Beyond

Finding the graph of a polynomial isn't too hard. If you can graph, you already know the major steps! With a couple rules and helpful memorizing tools, you will be graphing polynomials in no time!

Graphing Circles: Identifying the Formula, Center and Radius

4. Graphing Circles: Identifying the Formula, Center and Radius

Discover how to graph circles by finding key information like the center and radius. Identify circles by simply looking at the formula, and vice versa.

Identifying the Line of Symmetry: Definition & Examples

5. Identifying the Line of Symmetry: Definition & Examples

Symmetry can occur in many different ways in mathematics. In this lesson, learn how to identify unique forms of symmetry by finding the line of symmetry.

Recognizing Symmetry Graphically, Algebraically & Numerically About the Origin

6. Recognizing Symmetry Graphically, Algebraically & Numerically About the Origin

If you look at flowers and fruits, you'll see that many of these items in nature are symmetrical. In this lesson, learn about symmetry about the origin of a graph. When you are finished, test your knowledge with a short quiz!

Recognizing Symmetry Graphically, Algebraically, and Numerically About the X-axis and Y-axis

7. Recognizing Symmetry Graphically, Algebraically, and Numerically About the X-axis and Y-axis

When you fold a piece of paper exactly in half, you are creating symmetry. Symmetry is found in many areas of mathematics. In this lesson, learn to recognize symmetry graphically, algebraically, and numerically about the x- and y- axes.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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