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This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Determine whether a given given Function is an Exponential Growth, Exponential Decay, or neither" as it requires students to base their decision on the "base" of the given equation. The base is:• Greater than 1• Less than 1• NeitherThe questio
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This foldable provides an organized introduction to exponential decay. The first tab provides a place to write and explain the formula along with an example of exponential decay in the form of an equation, table, and graph. The second tab has students write the equation from a table. In the third
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This is a complete lesson plan on using the exponential function to solve word problems involving exponential decay and half-lives. This lesson includes an opening activity, minilesson with guided steps through the process, examples, class activities and a worksheet for homework. Answer keys inclu
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This pdf is an investigation of an exponential decay function. It assumes the students already have some knowledge of exponential functions in general. It also assumes that students have an understanding of asymptotes. This asks students to fill out a provided t-table and graph the result. Stu
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This worksheet is designed to replace a lecture on the topic of exponential decay. For them to be successful with this activity, each group will need a set of 100 pennies: at each step, they flip the pennies in bulk, and remove all of the heads. Because they know that about half of the pennies wil
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Exponential growth or decay can be modeled using an exponential function of the form: y= P ( a) ^x P = initial value of y x = time or any value for x a = multiplication factor i. If a>1 then the function y is an exponential growth where a = 1 + r and r is the growth rate as a decima
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** This activity is available as a "GOOGLE INTERACTIVE" product sold separately HERE**This EMOJI is part of : EMOJI - BUNDLE Exponential & Logarithmic Functions✐ This product is an NO PREP- SELF CHECKING activity that engages students in "Classify an Exponential Function".In this activity, stud
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Exponential Decay Inquiry Lesson - helps students with exponential decay situations, domain, range, y-intercept, multiplier, and summary of decay models. Goes well with Exponential Growth Inquiry Lesson.
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Part I: Identify each function as growth, decay, or neither. If growth or decay, give the rate and factor. Part II: For each description write a growth or decay function. Part III: Use the compound Interest formula to evaluate.
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This EMOJI Activity is part of:☑ 2017 Google Interactive Membership {GROWING BUNDLE} - Current & Future ProductsThis ❤ Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of "Determining whether a given function is an Exponential Growth, an Exponential Decay, or Not an Exponential Function".
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Exponential growth or decay can be modeled using an exponential function of the form: y = P ( a) ^x P = initial value of y x = time or any value for x a = multiplication factor If then the function y is an exponential decay where a = 1 - r and r is the decay rate as a decimal number. This doc
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The following lesson offers instruction in the application of the Exponential Decay model. * Students learn about required factors in the exponential decay model. * Students become familiar with how to use the "decay factor" within the exponential decay model * Students review representing tim
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This is a fun and quick way for students to begin to understand exponential decay and the complex concepts behind horizontal asymptotes. It should be given after some instruction on exponential growth, but before decay is every mentioned.
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Interdisciplinary approach that introduces exponential growth with a real-world application, radiocarbon dating, used by archaeologists. Students wills date an organic artifact (i.e. a stuffed animal/toy/bone/etc.) using a sample of M&M's (C-14 atoms) to demonstrate beta decay (in which the M&am
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Provide the function and answer to each exponential word problems. Investments, depreciation, compound interest, population.
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Applications of Logarithmic and Exponential Equations Word Problems. This activity is designed for Algebra 2, PreCalculus, or College Algebra students. NO PREP.There are 10 unique Task Cards with real world applications, some with multiple parts, all with full solutions, so NO PREP FOR YOU! Incl
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These notes give students an introduction to exponential functions. These notes also cover exponential decay and growth, including mention of the form for exponential function f(x) = a(1 + r)x and f(x) = a(1 – r)x. Great simple notes that cover the basics of exponential functions.
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This foldable reviews simplifying expressions with radicals and exponents. It also includes on the back how to write exponential decay and growth functions. There is also some basic information on logarithms. The information on the back can be eliminated for classes like Algebra 1. Algebra 2 classes
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Please note that this is two versions in one resource. If you prefer a simple printable PDF, you get it. If you would like a version to "Make a Copy" on Google Docs so that you can edit or add to Google Classroom for your students, you simply go to the very last page of the resource and click the
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The Exponential Functions Bundle (12 Activities!) This exponential functions bundle is designed for an algebra student who is learning exponential functions for the very first time. I use these activities with my accelerated 8th grade learners as well as ninth grade algebra 1 students. Check out
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Scaffolded notes include - Exponential decay & growth (identifying, graphing, and key characteristics) - Modeling GROWTH & DECAY - Simplifying & evaluating natural base expressions - Graphing natural base functions - Logarithmic expressions - Graphing logarithmic functions - Properties
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This bundle contains notes, homework, three quizzes, a study guide, and a unit test that cover the following topics:• Adding and Subtracting Monomials (Review of Combine Like Terms) • Multiplying Monomials (Product Rule) • Multiplying Monomials (Power Rule)• Dividing Monomials (Quotient Rule)• Negat
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This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, three quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics: • Graphing Exponential Functions • Solving Exponential Equations (Common Base) • Converting Between Logarithmic and Exponential Form • Evaluating Logarithms; Change of Bas
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Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (PreCalculus Curriculum - Unit 4)This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, three quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics:• Graphing Exponential Functions• Graphing Natural Base (base e) Functions• Exponential Growth and
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