This site is currently under construction...  Pyramid Problem (attached below)
 Quadratic Patterns, including the hand shake problem: A number of people are to be introduced to each other by shaking hands. If each person shakes hands with every person (excluding themselves) exactly once, what is the total number of handshakes that must be are made? (see attached quadratic lesson). Don't tell the student though that it is quadratic! :) Lesson Plan created by Westfield State University Students.
 Cubic volume questions: growth patterns of prisms, students can invent their own.
 Polynomial Function Patterns (attached below)  discrete calculus
 Zeros of polynomials, factoring
using algebra tiles  by Lauryn Zaimes at WSU (Algebra Tiles and FOIL.docx)
 Virtual Algebra Tiles by NCTM: https://illuminations.nctm.org/activity.aspx?id=3482
 Quadratic equation using algebra
tiles (CvR) completing the square  by Lauryn Zaimes at WSU (Factoring.docx see below)
 Using desmos find turning points and roots of polynomials. Notice patterns.
 Find the factors of a polynomial given the
roots. Logic of “or”.
 Using desmos explore transformations. What happens if we change different parameters? Why?
 Using desmos explore which polynomials have globals maxima and minima. What is the pattern?
 Define power functions
 Desmos Quadratic Bundle: https://teacher.desmos.com/quadratic
 Desmos Polynomial Activities: https://teacher.desmos.com/search?q=polynomial

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