# Plotting quadratics (Part 1)

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## Lesson details

### Key learning points

- In this lesson, we will learn about the shape of a quadratic graph and begin plotting graphs of quadratic equations.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.

Cala has sketched x = 3 - y correctly. Which sketch could be hers?

None of the above

Option A

Option C

Q2.

Is the following true or false: All straight line graphs are linear graphs?

True

Q3.

Which of these is NOT a linear graphs?

Option 1

Option 2

Option 4

Q4.

Which of these tables displaying coordinates of graphs is non-linear?

Option A

Option B

Option D

Q5.

Which of these tables displaying coordinates of graphs is non-linear?

Option A

Option C

Option D

### 5 Questions

Q1.

Which worded description best describes a quadratic graph?

A 'W' shape

A curvy snake with lot's of turns

A straight line

Q2.

Antoni says this is not a quadratic as it does not go through the x axis. Do you agree?

Yes, Antoni is correct it is not a quadratic graph.

Q3.

For the graph below what is the y-ordinate when the x-ordinate is 3?

-2

-5

10

7

Q4.

For the graph below what is the y-ordinate when the x-ordinate is -3?

-2

-5

10

7

Q5.

Which equation could be the equation of the graph below?

Option 1

Option 3

Option 4