**This unit contains the following topics:**

**This unit contains the following topics:**

• Piecewise Functions

• Graphing Absolute Value Functions and Inequalities by Table

• Parent Functions

• Transformations

• Vertex Form of an Absolute Value Equation; Graphing using Transformations

• Quadratic Functions Review: Parts of the Parabola, Axis of Symmetry, Vertex, Minimum, Maximum

• Graphing Quadratic Equations and Inequalities written in Standard Form

• Graphing Quadratic Equations and Inequalities written in Vertex Form

• Converting Quadratic Equations written in Standard Form to Vertex Form (Completing the Square)

• Increasing and Decreasing Intervals

• End Behavior

• Parent Functions Review – Linear, Absolute Value, and Quadratic. Identifying special characteristics including domain, range, number of zeros, end behavior, increasing/decreasing intervals

• Greatest Integer Function (Bonus Topic)

The purpose of this unit is to provide the foundation for the parent functions, with a particular focus on the linear, absolute value, and quadratic function families. A chart is provided with all the parent functions that can be used throughout future units.

**This unit does not contain activities.**

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