# Factoring Introduction

- Author:
- Craig Cullen

- Topic:
- Algebra

For tasks 1-3 use the provided sliders for d and h to make the graphs of f and g equivalent. Record f, g, and the answer to the question on a piece of paper.
For task 4 use the input bar to enter the values of d and h that will make the two functions equivalent. Additionally for task 4 prove that these two forms are indeed equivalent.
Finally, write a set of directions for a student who wasn't here today explaining how you would change a function in a form like f to a function with a form like g.