In this unit, you will find ways to generate each representation of a quadratic function (rule, graph, table, and situation) from each of the others. You will also develop a method to find the x-intercepts of a parabola using the Zero Product Property. Then you will see another way to write the equation of a parabola, called graphing form, and use square roots to find the x-intercepts. You will also “complete the square” to change between standard form and graphing form of a quadratic function. Finally, you will solve quadratic equations using the Quadratic Formula.