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Explore the concept of graphing exponential functions. High school mathematicians are given exponential functions such as y=2*3^x, and they graph them on a coordinate plane. They are given two exponential graphs and must write an equation to match the graph.
Perform transformations on exponential functions! Teach your class how to perform dilation, compression, and translation. They graph exponential functions using the TI Calculator.
Tenth graders study graphing exponential functions. In this transformations lesson, 10th graders apply inquiry to determine how changes to a parent function affect its graph. Students analyze transformed graphs and generate the function that matches the graph given the equation of the parent function.
Students explore exponential function through graphing and investigating patterns of graphs. They graph exponential functions and relate these functions to real world applications of functions. Afterward, they discuss and compare peer graphs.
Students explore the concept of exponents. For this exponential functions worksheet, students complete provided worksheets that require them to graph exponential functions by hand as well using graphing calculators.
The investigation of exponential equation in the context of increasing college tuition costs is explored through this lessib. Students write exponential equations based on the percent of change of college tuition and use their equations to do analysis and make predictions.
If the flu outbreak continues, exams will have to be canceled. Investigate the properties of exponential and logarithmic functions. In this algebra lesson, learners use the TI to examine and differentiate between exponential growth and decay. They relate math to the real world by creating models.
Students explore the concepts of exponential growth and decay. In this Algebra II lesson, the students use a variety of teaching resources, including the web, and modeling and experimentation, to identify exponential growth or decay and sole related problems.
Analyze functions by their shape and equation and identify decay and growth based on the equation given. Learners graph their exponential functions and differentiate it using the logarithmic versus the exponential function.
Students will solve exponential function problems, graph exponential functions, find the value of logarithms, determine future value, and compound interest. In this Pre-calculus lesson, students will use the properties of logs to solve test problems.
Learners solve exponential problems. In this algebra lesson, students graph exponential functions and solve using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division properties.
Students solve and graph exponential functions. In this algebra lesson, students identify function notations and discuss the different properties of exponential functions. They relate linear functions to the real world.
Students explore the concept of exponential functions. In this exponential functions lesson plan, students model exponential growth about a high school population using an applet. Students manipulate the applet to show the effect that a change in the values of a, b, h, and k have on the equation.
Pupils explore the concept of linear and exponential growth. In this linear and exponential growth lesson, students collect data about China's population. Pupils model the data to determine if it is linear or exponential.
With this two-page resource, learners evaluate and graph exponential functions. There are 48 questions using logs and exponents as the parent function.
Seventh graders investigate the practice of purchasing a used car with the help of links and resources found in the lesson plan. They conduct research to find the right kind of car using a variety of resources. Students examine data in order to make the most informed decision.
In this Algebra II worksheet, 11th graders graph exponential functions. The one page interactive worksheet contains five multiple choice questions and is self checking.
Students investigate the concept of exponential functions and how they increase in size over time. They simplify the functions in order to find the solutions that are possible and perform analysis of the curved line that is produced when plotting the coordinates.
Students investigate exponential and logarithmic functions. In this Pre-calculus/Calculus lesson, students investigate the relationship between y = ln(x) and y = e^x. Students graph the functions and show they are inverses of each other.
Students listen to a story dealing with exponential and linear growth. After reading the story, students complete a table comparing information. Using a calculator, students graph the rice and daily population of flies. They study the graphs, determine trends, estimate the fly population, and create an equation that explains the situation.