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This self checking worksheet features 10 word problems in which the student substitutes values into a given equation. Each equation is exponential. The goal of this worksheet is to convince the student word problems are not that bad. It made my students feel better, but I'm not sure the convincin

This is an exponential function around the world activity (also known as scavenger hunts). Each page is printed and put up around the room (not in order). Students can start at any location. The top half of the sheet is the answer to a different problem and the bottom half is the problem that the

This foldable walks students through 8 examples. They will learn how to write an equation in slope-intercept form, given:1. The slope & the y-intercept2. A graph3. A point & the slope4. Two points that the line passes throughPre-requisite knowledge: finding slope (given a graph or two point

This packet gives students a chance to demonstrate their knowledge of working with various exponential functions in real life situations (no logarithms needed). These worksheets test their ability to:
- Complete tables of exponential equations
- Graph exponential functions
- Write exponential equat

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Two detailed exponential word problems (one growth, one decay). Each problem has multiple questions about the equation, table, and/or graph.
Students need very little introduction or instruction for this activity, so it works well even if they have not yet worked with exponential functions.
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This activity contains three word problems that allow students to test their knowledge of constructioning and manipulating linear equations. Students will have to create the equations based on the prompts and also practice knowing which variable they are to substitute values into.
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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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Also included in: Logarithmic and Exponential Functions Unit Activity Bundle

Students will have an opportunity to write exponential equations from applied situations using these task cards. Students will formulate exponential equations from word problems and use those equations to solve problems. Exponential growth and decay and compound interest word problems are included.

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Also included in: Exponential & Logarithmic Functions Unit 10 + Activities Bundle Texas Algebra 2

This Exponential Word Problems TASK CARDS Differentiated Activity features 20 unique task cards that can be tiered into 2 sets for differentiation. This activity can be used in small groups or individually. Place task cards in stations or keep students stationary and have them pass the cards around!

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This is an Algebra II lesson that covers solving radical and exponential equations. A word problem is included.

These notes, in the style of a graphic organizer, can be used to introduce exponential growth and decay. In addition to the general equation y = ab^x, these notes also introduce the formula for compound interest. Students will practice using these two formulas in real-life word problems. This resour

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Algebra 1 Solving Exponential Equations 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 solve exponential equations alg

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In this download you are receiving a four flap foldable over writing exponential functions from tables, graphs, and word problems. There are guided notes over vocabulary and the process on the top of each flap, and practice problems on the bottom portion of each flap. Also included is a 3 problem ha

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A Calcul8 Worksheet is designed to give students a lot of practice, varying levels of difficulty and choices. Students can pick and choose problems that are at their level of understanding but challenges students to attempt problem that are more difficult. There are 16 problems: 4 problems are one p

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Algebra 1 Exponential Equations and Functions {Bundle} in a PowerPoint This is a bundle include the nine PowerPoint lessons below and two Quiz Show games, Jeopardy Style, for review.Properties of Square Roots N.RN.3Properties of Exponents N.RN.2Radicals and Rational Exponents N.RN.1, N.RN.2Quiz Show

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This activity practices solving exponential equations with same base and with different bases without using logarithms. It requires knowledge of the properties of exponents. All exponential equations given are reducible to quadratic equations with two distinct rational roots. Partners have their own

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Also included in: Exponential and Logarithmic Equations BUNDLE (over 270 equations in 9 Products)

In this summary activity, students work their way through 16 stations. Each station presents an exponential or logarithmic equation to be solved. The solution provides the clue for selecting the next station. Students complete the circuit by solving all 16 equations.Background skills needed: Student

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This worksheet is day 3 for my students with exponential functions. We delve into word problems, exponential growth and decay, and practice writing exponential functions, creating tables, and graphing.One of the key pieces that students need to understand is the concept of 100% (a rate of 1) meaning

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This packet offers brief definitions, notes, and examples of exponents. Then, a practice test (and solutions). Topics include: exponents, graphs, growth, decay, word problems, exponential and linear functions, and more... thanks for visiting! Lance...
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This is a leveled assessment for the third standard in the second unit of my Algebra 1 course.This quiz matches the Unit 2 proficiency scale also available on my site.Create equations and inequalities in one variable and use them to solve problems. Include equations arising from linear and quadratic

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Included are exponential growth and decay word problems. Students need to calculate the base from a given percentage, write the equation and solve the question being asked.
There are also 2 equations that students need to write story problems for.
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This foldable helped my students to distinguish where to start when looking at a variety of logarithmic and exponential equations. I hope that it will help yours, too!
The foldable includes space for examples on the front flaps, so that students can compare any problem that they are working with te

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Algebra 1 Summer Math Packet ~ Summer Prep Packet for Incoming Algebra 2 or Geometry Students
Looking for a good way to review Algebra I concepts with your students? This math review packet covers most of the major topics taught in algebra 1!
This versatile resource is perfect for an end of the

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Also included in: Math Review Packets BUNDLE (4th Grade through Algebra I) - Back to School Math

Bell ringers are a great way to start the day and to get students thinking about math before diving into a new lesson. The spiral design of the bell ringers requires students to remember and use previously learned skills so that past learning and material is not forgotten! I use the time students ar

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