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The three lessons in the Exponential Functions Unit cover exponential growth, exponential decay, and linear vs. exponential. In the first lesson, learners watch a quick review on function notation as they prepare to learn more about...
Bring your science classroom into the 21st century with this collection of digital simulations. From an introduction to the states of matter to balancing chemical equations and investigating radioactive decay, these engaging interactives...
The 35 lessons in the Algebra II Module 3 collection are divided into five topics: Real Numbers, Logarithms, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions and their Graphs, Using Logarithms in Modeling situations, and Geometric series and...
The Flipped-Mastery Classroom offers an entire Algebra 1 class aligned to Common Core Standards. Lessons begin with an instruction video. Learners can pause the video to take notes and replay the video to check for understanding. The...
Once your class masters the rules of exponents, it's time for graphing. Use a collection of resources, videos, and worksheets that start with guided help simplifying expressions and finishing with full graphing problems.
The Algebra 1, Module 3 collection focuses on linear and exponential functions. The module's 26 lessons are divided into four topics: Linear and Exponential Sequences, Functions and Their Graphs, Transformations of Functions, and Using...
As with the other units in the Flipped Classroom Calculus course, the Differential Equations Unit follows the College Board’s course and exam description. Topics are introduced with an instructional video demonstrating how to approach...
Everything calculus scholars need to know about derivatives can be found in this 31-resource playlist. The collection defines the derivative and includes derivative rules, chain rule, derivatives of trig functions, derivatives of...
Loosely based on the 2012 AP Chemistry curriculum, a series of 46 videos introduces high schoolers to organic chemistry. The videos model how to reason through problems, recognize different organic chemicals, their uses, and use the...
Sal goes further into the decay of atoms by introducing the concept of Exponential Decay. He explains when you have any decaying element, it can be described as the amount of the element present times e to a constant, such as lambda. The...
This video is an extension of the previous video, which introduced exponential decay, and showed students how to solve for it. More examples are given to give students further practice.
After introducing your class to radioactive decay and walking them through the changes in the numbers of atomic particles, give them an opportunity to write equations for the first six daughters in a Uranium-238 decay chain. They also...
Future physicists will be elated as they engage in a demonstration of radioactive decay that uses balloons and pennies. Balloons represent atomic particles and the students themselves are the atoms. After each flip of the coin, some of...
I just bought that car, how can its value decrease already? Individuals use the data of a depreciating car value to create an exponential decay model. They then compare exponential decay and growth equations.
Beta decay was first discovered in 1934, 38 years after radioactivity was discovered. A simulation shows how beta decay occurs, showing a nucleus of hydrogen emitting an electron and changing over time. Viewers can change the type of...
There are different types of radioactive decay, and alpha decay is when there are too many protons in a nucleus. Here is a simulation that shows alpha particles being emitted from a polonium nucleus. Learners see how radioactive decay...
Scholars will be in their element with these decay equations found in a video that solves an example of alpha decay and beta decay. Gamma, or light, emission adds an extra concept to the equation. Then, through an analysis of which...
Quiz your middle and high schoolers on solving exponential growth and decay. First, they evaluate for a variable given the second variables value. Then, they graph an equation that illustrates the exponential growth or exponential decay...
Toss 100 pennies (or poker chips or any other two-different-sided objects) and remove all of those displaying tails. Line them up and repeat. The lines of pennies collected get smaller each time, successfully representing half-life.
How can you safely model exponential growth and decay? A hands-on activity uses candies to model not only exponential decay, but also exponential growth. Exponential equations are fitted by hand and by use of a calculator to the data...
How can you model exponential decay? Explore different situations involving exponential decay functions and decreasing linear functions by performing activities with MandM candy, popcorn kernels, and number cubes.
Start with the basics and move up the exponential ladder to master a variety of problem-solving and application problems. The problems are heavy on exponential growth and decay, compound interest, and natural log.
Students differentiate between exponential growth and decay. In this algebra lesson, students solve exponential equations using properties of exponents. They use the Ti calculator to graph and analyze their functions.
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