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This PowerPoint (ppt) presentation reviews the methods and steps that students can use to determine whether a function represents a linear or exponential relationship. I use this ppt in my Math I (Algebra I) classes immediately after I cover the units on linear and exponential functions, thus, it i

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Comparing Linear and Exponential Functions Worksheet
Bring inquiry-based learning to your Algebra classroom with this scaffolded worksheet! Students will have the opportunity to explore exponential functions through real world situations and will end with a firm conceptual understanding of the topi

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Students will analyze various tables, graphs and equations to answer questions. Each include both linear and exponential functions. Versatiles are a great way to differentiate instruction in your classroom.

In the context of birthday present options, students explore linear and exponential functions--their rates of change, their graphs, and their values. The teachers who created and used this task used it as an introduction to the unit and before instruction over the topics.

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Students will compare and contrast exponential functions with linear and quadratic functions by using these function types to model different scenarios. They will compare the values returned for each function in real-world contexts, the tables and graphs, as well as the general forms and the meaning

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Algebra that Functions
Comparing Linear and Quadratic Functions
Do you want your students to look at patterns on models of tables of values to identify whether the function is linear or quadratic? In this exploration, your students will explore equations and tables and learn how to determine if

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There are 5 math stops (stations) that the students will complete to review linear and exponential functions. It includes
-Writing Functions from tables
-Writing Functions from word problems
-Domain & Range
-Average Rate of Change over an interval
-Comparing Functions
-Matching graphs and equat

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A great cross-curricular activity that gets kids to connect with the mathematics and engage in meaningful classroom discussion.
To begin this activity, students interact with the process and benefits of collecting state population data. This provides a "low entry point" and easy buy in for students

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Algebra 1 Comparing Linear, Exponential, and Quadratic Functions in a PowerPoint Presentation
This slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to iden

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Algebra 1 Comparing Linear and Nonlinear Functions in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to identify linear and

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This PowerPoint (ppt) presentation reviews the methods and steps that students can use to determine whether a function represents a linear, exponential or quadratic relationship. I use this ppt in my Math I (Algebra I) classes immediately after I cover the units on linear, exponential and quadratic

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This is the fifth (in a series of 9) worksheet I created to teach the ideas between linear and exponential functions.
Topics covered in this worksheet are: geometric and arithmetic sequences, writing explicit and recursive expressions for geometric and arithmetic sequences, comparing linear and ex

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This lesson covers:
Comparing and contrasting a linear function and an exponential function.
Finding a solution to a system of linear equations graphically.

This listing is a bundle offering my listings titled Linear and Exponential Functions Lessons 1-10. If you were to purchase all the lessons individually, it would cost $50, bundled together you save $10.
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Identifying a sequence as arithmetic, geometric or neither.

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Describing discrete and continuous relationships.
Finding a geometric and arithmetic representation for a table of values (given the first and last values). Giving the recursive and explicit functions for each.
Comparing intervals where functions have a greater rate of change

A 14 question worksheet.
Objectives include:
Construct and compare linear, quadratic, and exponential models and solve problems.
Identify the key features of linear, exponential, and
quadratic functions.
Microsoft Word documents (worksheet + key) 4 pages
Smart Notebook 2 pages
Common Core
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This is the sixth (in a series of 9) worksheet I created to teach the ideas between linear and exponential functions.
Topics covered in this worksheet are: comparing geometric and arithmetic sequences, comparing geometric and arithmetic tables of values, comparing geometric and arithmetic graphs,

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This is the third (in a series of 9) worksheet I created to teach the ideas between linear and exponential functions.
Topics covered in this worksheet are: geometric and arithmetic sequences, geometric and arithmetic sequences in context, comparing a linear and an exponential function (graphs) and

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This is the fourth (in a series of 9) worksheet I created to teach the ideas between linear and exponential functions.
Topics covered in this worksheet are: geometric and arithmetic sequences, comparing linear and exponential function (graphs and tables of values) and deciding which has the bigges

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Excellent review for PARCC Algebra 1!!!
Students must compare key features of linear, exponential, and quadratic functions given multiple representations including equations, tables, and graphs. This activity is set up as a true/false in order to prepare students for the select all that apply quest

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This is a good practice for students to be able to identify Linear, Exponential and Quadratic Functions, equations and charts. Can also be used for Interactive Math books.

This is a visual resource to help students compare linear (arithmetic) and exponential (geometric) functions. This organizer was created to support ESOL and SPED students.

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Guided notes for Big Ideas Math Algebra 1 section 8.6. Layout formatted for left hand column to be filled with Costa's questions (AVID). Answer key included, but scanned in so it may appear very light.

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This video lesson is perfect for sub plans, class activities, math centers, remedial help, or flipping your class. This video lesson teaches students how to compare linear, exponential, and quadratic models. In particular, your students will be able to...Identify the shape of the graph of linear, ex

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