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This activity is meant as additional practice/reinforcement after a lesson on calculating compounding and continuous interest, typically seen in the Algebra 1 curriculum. It is expected that, before completing this activity, students are familiar with the formulas A=Pe^(rt) for continuously compound

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This ExamView question bank contains 79 questions on using and finding exponential functions. Questions including using basic exponential functions (where the base is a whole number), finding exponential functions given a rate, and finding and using continuous functions. Other topics include compou

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Topics include: Graphing Exponentials, Switching between exponential and logarithmic form, finding the inverse of logs and exponentials, properties of logarithms, solving for logarithms and exponentials, and compounded continuously interest.

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This PowerPoint lesson was written for a Pre-Calculus class to review the graphs of exponential functions. It show examples of exponential growth and decay, and the graphs of each. It also has examples of compound interest and compounding continuously interest. It could be used as a unit review f

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- Evaluating an exponential function
- Graphing Exponential Functions
- Graphing Transformations of Exponential Functions
- Asymptotes, Domain, and Range of Exponential Functions
- Applications of Exponential Functions
- Interest Compounded continuously
- Interest compounded n times a year
- Writing

- Evaluating an exponential function
- Graphing Exponential Functions
- Graphing Transformations of Exponential Functions
- Asymptotes, Domain, and Range of Exponential Functions
- Applications of Exponential Functions
- Interest Compounded continuously
- Interest compounded n times a year
- Writing

When my students are learning to apply the following concepts:
- Solving equations using logarithms
- Compound and Continuous Interest
- Domain of a function
- Properties of Logarithms
- Summation (Sigma) Notation
- Arithmetic vs. Geometric Sequences, Series, and Partial Sums
- Graphing logs
- Rati

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- Evaluating an exponential function
- Graphing Exponential Functions
- Graphing Transformations of Exponential Functions
- Asymptotes, Domain, and Range of Exponential Functions
- Applications of Exponential Functions
- Interest Compounded continuously
- Interest compounded n times a year
- Writing

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Exponential and logarithmic functions are both thoroughly explored in this 14 lesson unit. The unit begins with a development of rational exponents. Exponential functions are then introduced and their equations are found from any two arbitrary points. Modeling with exponential functions, especially

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Looking for a fun, engaging way to review elements, compounds & mixtures with your students? Try my color-by-number activity! I teach 8th grade boys & even they LOVED this!
There are 2 versions for this activity:
1 version is for a quick review with only 13 questions
another version that i

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This activity is designed to help students practice compound interest type problems. All problems use the compound interest formula. Student find the future value of items, IRAs and Saving Accounts assume a constant rate is increase. Problems compound annually, semiannually, quarterly, and month

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This unit hits all the high points of exponential functions. Here is what you get:• Exponents - fill in the blank questions• Note page on Exponential Functions - Growth and Decay• Multi-rep problems - (one growth, one decay and one "e", --- with questions about y-intercepts, asymptotes, inverses.• R

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Also included in: Exponential Functions Bundle

Are you looking for a fun way to have your students review elements, compounds & mixtures? Your students will LOVE this game! My 8th graders had a blast and they got extremely competitive with each other. :)You can see this product in its entirety by clicking preview above.**********************

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Looking for an interactive review over naming and writing formulas? Check out these puzzles! There are two different versions with multiple sizes for individual use, or small and large group collaborations! Both puzzles cover the following:
• Binary Ionic Compounds
• Ionic Compounds with Transition

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Simple Interest and Compound Interest are an important part of financial literacy as well as ratio and proportional relationships. Understanding the concepts of how to determine Simple Interest and Compound Interest are also a real life application necessary for investments and savings.
Simple Inte

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Also included in: Middle School Math Task Card Bundle

Looking for a fun way to review elements, compounds & mixtures with your students? Try my card sorting activity! Your students will have to determine whether 30 cards are elements, compounds, or mixtures. Having your students complete a card sorting activity will cause good discussions between t

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Do your students need extra practice with elements, compounds & mixtures? With these task cards, your students will be asked: whether elements and compounds can both be pure substances, how a mixture differs from a compound, to identify the 4 methods that can be used to separate mixtures, to ide

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