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This comparing functions sort activity will allow students to demonstrate their understanding of linear, quadratic, and exponential functions. Students will sort tables, graphs, and equations to identify them between linear, quadratic, and exponential functions.There are a set of 14 tables, 10 graph

Also included in: Algebra Digital Activities Bundle, Print and digital Google Slides™

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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Comparing linear, quadratic, and exponential functions notes helps guide students in understanding the major differences between linear, quadratic, and exponential functions.
Students will:
1. Identify patterns that distinguish between linear, quadratic, and exponential functions through
a. C

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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8^{th} - 12^{th}

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Algebra 1 Comparing Linear, Exponential, and Quadratic 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 identi

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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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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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9^{th} - 10^{th}

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Also included in: Math 1 / Algebra 1 Bundle - Unit 8 General Functions

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,

Also included in: BUNDLE: Exponential & Logarithmic Functions

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 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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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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Also included in: Math 1 / Algebra 1 Bundle - Unit 8 General Functions

This is a great visual for students while discussing different characteristics of functions. They can see which characteristics don't apply to certain functions. These are NOT the parent functions.**Algebra 1 GSE (Georgia Standards of Excellence) Unit 5: Comparing Functions

This slideshow includes 12 slides about comparing linear, exponential, and quadratic functions. There are 11 practice problems including two real-world problems. The topics covered include:graphing ordered pairs to determine whether the function is linear, exponential, or quadraticusing tables of va

Also included in: BUNDLE Graphing Quadratic Functions Google Slides Lessons

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
F-LE.

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.

This google sheet has students complete 5 problems in which they identify which function is linear and which is exponential. Students are to identify for which given x value one function is less or greater than the other. Students are to fill tables from word problems and then answer a follow up que

Note to the teacher: Every presentation is editable. Every download includes a PowerPoint and Keynote File. All slides are animated and show every step of the problem. All slides shown in the preview of the product. Perfect for DISTANCE LEARNING. Just share your screen with your students! Notes for

Also included in: Algebra 1 PowerPoint Presentation Bundle (Distance Learning)

TNReady Standards - F.LE.A.3- Comparing two exponential functions in context- Comparing a linear & exponential function in context- All word problems- Answer key included

Students will use analogies and classifying to understand the similarities and differences between exponential and linear funcions. I would extend this activity by allowing students to create their own analogy and present to the class.

Google digital! Students determine linear, exponential, or quadratic function from graphs, equations, tables, and word problems.

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8^{th} - 12^{th}

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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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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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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.

A foldable comparing the graphs, equations, and patterns demonstrated by Linear, Exponential, and Quadratic Functions. Includes Key Vocabulary and general functions review as well.

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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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 worksheet allows students to identify differences in linear, exponential, and quadratic functions as well as practice their graphing skills.

These are printable notes, designed to help students easily understand how to compare (<, >, =) two functions using a graph or table. Graphs and text are color-coordinated to help students easily see which function belongs to which graph. Slides 1-6 are in English. Slides 7-11 are in Spanis