Solve 113, 125, 137, 140, 148, 164, 191, CL 1125 parts (a) and (b). Evaluate f(x) 14, 121, 135, 147, 165, CL 1119. Connect 112, 115, 119, 161, 188, and CL 1127. Graph 120, 159, 186, 190, 192, 195, and CL 1‑122. Solve quadratics113, 136, 148, 195, 1106, and CL 1125 part (c). Interpret 123, 1108, 1116, and 1112. Write equations 169, 187, 188, and CL 1127. Domain and range 134, 135, 159, 162, 168, 186, 1109, CL 1120, and CL 1122. Function machines 12 and 15. Points of intersection 141, 146, 171, 184, and CL 1121. Investigate 178 or 1111. 
Lesson 2.1.5 – Forms of a Quadratic Function
Lesson 2.2.2 – How to use (h, k)
Lesson 2.2.3 – Reflections and Even Functions
Lesson 2.2.5 – Transform Any Function Math Notes
Lesson 2.1.3 – Forms of Quadratics
Lesson 2.1.4 – Finding Graphing Form and Vertex of Parabolas
Lesson 2.2.2 – PointSlope Equations for Lines
Lesson 2.2.3 – General Equations for Families
Lesson 2.2.5 – Even and Odd Functions 
Lesson 8.1.1 – Graphing Polynomials
Lesson 8.3.2 – Factors and Roots of Polynomial Functions
Lesson 8.1.1 – Polynomials, Degree, Coefficients
Lesson 8.1.2 – Roots and Zeros
Lesson 8.1.3 – Notation for Polynomials
Lesson 8.2.1 – Imaginary and Complex Numbers
Lesson 8.2.2 – The Discriminant and Complex Conjugates
Lesson 8.2.3 – Graphing Complex Numbers
Lesson 8.3.1 – Polynomial Division
Lesson 8.3.2 – Polynomial Theorems 
Sets Venn Diagrams Union, Intersection TwoWay Tables Independent/Dependent Mutually Exclusive Conditional Probability 
