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Play a relay race game with your class using Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential Regression!
12 task cards to help students find equations of graphs using linear, quadratic, or exponential regression with the TI graphing calculator.
Instructions on how to get the equation on the calculator.
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Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! Students will need to use technology (graphing calculator, on-line software) to calculate regression equations to advance in the circuit. At first students will be told what kind of regression, but towards the end of the circuit student

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Objectives:
-Convert exponential data to linear data by use of logarithm principles.
-Perform linear regression on linearized data.
-Evaluate linear fit by using a residual plot.
-Convert linear results to an exponential function of the form y = abx that models the original data.
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Eight stations requiring students to analyze data and determine if an exponential or quadratic regression is most appropriate. At each station, students will be required to graph the scatter plot. Determine the r-squared value and answer 3-4 questions. This is great practice with regressi

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Included Activities:
-Review Problem 4.1 on calculator.
-Do the Oil Production problem in class.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/static/whf/yates/

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This is a hands-on activity to address standards F.LE.A.2 , F.BF.A.1a, F.LE.A.1, F.LE.B5
It will allow students to connect geometric sequences to exponential functions and develop an explicit formula from a table of values derived from the context of the problem.

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This graphing calculator reference sheet on exponential regression with an application, guides students step-by-step on how to create a scatter plot, graph it, find the exponential equation, and graph the line of best fit.
Teaching graphing calculator skills help students with:
• Speed
• Making co

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This project incorporates spreadsheets with scatter plots and lines of best fit. It asked students to perform various regressions, such as linear, power, exponential, and logarithmic, The students are asked to generate an model to help park rangers determine the weight of black bears by using only

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Linear and Exponential Regression in the Calculator Steps. A front and back handout for students that shows in detail how to find linear regression equations including the correlation coefficient as well as a separate handout for exponential regression.
Updated 4/4/16 to include a separate sheet

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The population of the city of Long Beach is growing very quickly, and there is a chance the high school may be overcrowded in a few years. Should we invest millions of dollars to build a new, bigger school right now? Students use three different regression models (linear, logarithmic, and exponentia

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The notes includes the plotting scatter plots, finding the equation of the regression on the graphing calculator. The notes are scaffolded, so they are easy for the students to understand. You can cut the page in half to put in their interactive notebooks or just fold the paper in half.

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This worksheet is designed to give instructions for students and help them to get used to using their calculator to calculate exponential regressions using their Ti Calculator. There is currently no answer key, but it is in word document form, so you can modify the worksheet however you like, and ev

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I use this foldable to introduce how to write an exponential regression when given a table. On the blank page I have students draw examples of scatterplots with an exponential trend. The second page contains the steps for TI calculators, followed by 2 examples.
This should be printed as 2-sided flip

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This foldable includes linear, quadratic, and exponential regression. It has filling in the table and writing an equation.

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This activity bundle is designed for an algebra student who is learning exponential functions for the very first time. The main topics in this bundle include an introduction to exponential functions,
characteristics of exponential functions, graphing exponential functions with transformations, appli

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This is a double sided page designed to provide practice finding linear, quadratic and exponential regressions.
The front provides 9 questions where the student is given a table of values. They are asked to use their graphing calculator to find a regression equation, identify the equation as linear

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This review packet has 26 part I, II, III, and IV questions that have been modeled from actual questions from previous NY Common Core Algebra Exams. This isn't a major publishers attempt at using old questions that often don't align to the actual standard. The questions breakdown is
S.ID.A
7 Part

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Students will be asked to create two scatter plots (one for games 1-23 and a second for games 24-46). Students will then choose appropriate regression models for the growth of advertising costs. Students will choose these models based on visual representations as well as appropriate r or r2 values

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This worksheet is meant as a review of all the TEKS in Reporting Category 5: Exponential Functions.
I use this as a study guide for STAAR and as a review for students if they have to retest in class over this unit.
There are four parts, and each section has a "Things to Remember" box with hints ab

Regression Equations TEKS Aligned: A4A, A4C, A8B, A9E
This is a double sided notes page on how to find linear, quadratic and exponential regressions on the TI graphing calculator with step by step instructions.
The front of the notes provides 3 steps on how to find a regression (linear, quadratic

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During the recent swine flu outbreak, I had my Algebra I students analyze the growth rate of the outbreak.
This activity asks you to compute linear regression, quadratic regression, and exponential regression using data from the CDC.
The students then draw conclusions as to which model matches

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Students will speculate on the world records for weights of pumpkins. They will graph the data for the records and find the line of best fit. They will either use a graphing calculator or given graphs and functions to explore quadratic and exponential regressions. They will make a short-term predict

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A set of activities using dice to generate and compare exponential growth and decay functions. This activity works best when used in conjunction with a graphing calculator to create stat plots and exponential regression equations.

The goal of the Global Crisis Project is to have students see and understand real applications for exponential functions. Students will do research on the population growth rate (globally or they may choose a specific location) and investigate the effect that a related global issue such as waste, f

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Here is a cheat sheet for students on how to do linear, quadratic, and/or exponential regression on a TI-nspire calculator.
Also includes how to do regressions on Desmos for those that don't have a TI-nspire.
Includes 2 cheat sheets per page.

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This is a unit on Exponential Growth and Decay in PDF form. It contains notes, investigation activities and assignments.
Some activities involve exponential regression and require technology.
An answer key is provided for all activities and assignments
Topics include:
Exponential Growth
Exponen

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The problems and activities within this document are designed to assist students in achieving the following standards: HSF.LE.A, HSF.IF.C.7.E, HSF.IF.C.8, HSN.Q, as well as the standards for mathematics practice and the literacy standards. They are also designed to help the teacher assess the studen

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Your students practice regression modeling using real-world data. Three single-page editable Microsoft Word documents, each one "word problem" and each with real-world data and some scaffolding questions guiding students through the process. Students determine the best choice of regression model and

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Nine data collection activities are included. Each activity has its own worksheet. Students will need access to a graphing calculator. Ideally, the data students collect should best be represented by a linear function, but they will also be asked to complete a quadratic and an exponential regression

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This set of 22 exercises would be perfect for a review before an exponential function test. The ideas covered are the equation, the y-intercept, the growth factor, growth vs decay, exponential vs linear, word problems, domain and range, a piecewise function, solving a system, and more! I wrote it

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• Lesson 1: Introduction to Sequences
• Lesson 2: Recursive Sequences
• Lesson 3: Arithmetic Sequences
• Lesson 4: Geometric Sequences
• Lesson 5: Simple and Compound Interest
• Lesson 6: Exponential Growth and Decay
• Lesson 7: Introduction to Functions
• Lesson 8: Evaluating Functions
• Lesson 9:

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

Unit assessment on exponential functions, including geometric sequences, graphing with transformations, exponential growth and decay modeling, and exponential regression. All questions are designed for common core.
Test Correction Hint Cards can be bought separately.

Test corrections hint cards for unit assessment on exponential functions, including geometric sequences, graphing with transformations, exponential growth and decay modeling, and exponential regression. All questions are designed for common core.
Unit assessment can be bought separately.

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BUNDLE - Performance Task – Exponential Functions – Endowment
Now you can get more options and save money with this collection of all editions of Endowment!
This set includes the Endowment Performance Task in 13 different college editions. If you were to purchase each of these Performance Tasks in

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Applications of Exponential Regression

It's inevitable. One day Zombies will take over Earth. If you are not preparing your students, you are being irresponsible. If you want to turn your "dead" exponential and logarithm unit into an "undead" one, this might work for you.
Turn your Algebra 2 or Pre-Calculus into a forum for United Nati

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Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (Pre-Calculus 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 Grow

My Exponential, Logistic & Logarithmic Functions worksheets and activities all in a money saving bundle! You save significant money and time versus purchasing these separately!
Included in this set are the following products which includes all of my Exponential, Logistic & Logarithmic Funct

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It was an ordinary day. It was. Then came the screams, “Cooties! He gave me Cooties!!!” This was soon followed by “Cooties! She gave me Cooties!!!” Soon classes began to fall over (still breathing), but in an unconscious state. Bodies started turning blue and pink. A contagion was among them. The te

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Check out the PREVIEW for a sneak peek of this Practice Builder!
This activity prompts students to progress through ten stations to analyze a relationship modeled by an exponential function, construct an exponential function to represent the relationship, and use the equation to make a prediction.

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Students will study exponential growth as well as write the exponential growth equation using the graphing calculator. This is similar to the often used flu epidemic but I wanted to update it for the kids to relate a little more to since Zombies are so popular now!
This assignment references my re

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This skittle activity has students conduct two experiments that show the differences in linear and exponential tables, graphs, and rules. Each person needs a mini bag of skittles (another option: buy a bulk bag and put about 40 skittles into ziplock bags or cups). Each partner follows the directi

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This project focuses on different kinds of functions and their applications in the real world. Students will “model with mathematics” using different approaches.
In this project students will use modeling techniques to make future predictions using general statistics of a city or country and topic

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This is a data analysis around the world activity (also known as scavenger hunts). Each page is printed and put up around the room (not in order). Teacher and Student Directions included.
There are a total of 11 problems that include finding linear, exponential, quadratic, and power functions th

The students here will be given four different sets of data and will distinguish between them as quadratic, linear, exponential, and logarithmic. The students will have to explain their reasoning on why they named the data set as they did, graph the data, write an equation, and then use the equatio

This around the world activity (scavenger hunt) has 12 problems in which students are given two points and asked to find the exponential function. Students may do this by hand or using the regression feature on the calculator (whatever fits your lesson plan). Students love this activity because th

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Here is the first lesson in a five-lesson unit on Exponential and Logarithmic Functions designed for Pre-Calculus Honors students who have a solid foundation in algebra and transformations of functions
The product includes everything you need to teach a rigorous lesson:
✎ Two options of an 8-page

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This is a fun student driven exponential growth M&M activity for a statistics class, using LSRLs for transformed data. Appropriate for an AP level statistics course or any other course that needs to use logarithm transformations in order to use least-squares regression lines. Students will nee

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This is an interdisciplinary project for math and science, where students analyze real-life applications of exponential functions.
Using an online world population predictor, students will research population growth and decay over 50-100 years of two different countries in the world (one growth and

Students will need to create a scatter-plot of 5 sets of data to determine if the best fit equation is linear, quadratic, exponential, or logarithmic. After making the decision, students are asked to write the best fit equation, and then use the equation to make a prediction about data for the futu

"When am I ever going to use this?"
It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with an activity built around a real-world context.
Focusing on these NCTM standards:
- Find the growth factor of an exponential function from a table
- Create an expone

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