Finding Turning Points of Curves
The below QuickQuestion Interface © generates random graphs for you to find the turning point of.
Choose from quadratics or cubics to find the turning points of the graphs.
Choose from quadratics or cubics to find the turning points of the graphs.
Ideas for Teachers
Use this to find the turning points of quadratics and cubics. When looking at cubics, there are some examples which will have no turning point, and a good extension task here would be to ask what does this mean.
Use this to find the turning points of quadratics and cubics. When looking at cubics, there are some examples which will have no turning point, and a good extension task here would be to ask what does this mean.
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