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Interpreting quadratic functions involves understanding word problems that feature quadratic expressions. This process requires grasping the significance of these expressions in real-world contexts, identifying key details, and interpreting the components of the quadratic expressions. In these worksheets, students will analyze parts of quadratic expressions.

Example: What does \(3.9t^2\) represent in the height model \(22 - 3.9t^2\) for a water droplet falling over time \(t\)?

Algebra 2

Quadratic Functions