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Graphing Exponential Functions Flip Book
This flip book was created to be used as a stations activity to provide extra practice with graphing exponential functions and identifying the domain, range, y-intercept, asymptotes, and end behavior.
There are 8 functions in the book. Print the book for ea

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Graphing Exponential Functions
12 problems with a table and graph for students to use. Fits on two pages. Answer Key included.
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Looking for an engaging way to get your students analyzing the graphs of exponential functions? This coloring activity includes 12 test-prep questions designed to help your students analyze the characteristics of exponential functions.
Characteristics include:
• matching graphs to exponential equa

OBJECTIVE: The students will graph exponential functions and identify key features (domain, range, y-intercept).
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TEKS: A.9(D)
CCSS: HSF.IF.C.7.E
ACTIVITY: Students will use these 12 jumbo task cards as independent practice or guided instruction for graphing exponential functions. Stude

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Graphing Exponential Functions #2
12 problems with a table and graph for students to use. Fits on two pages. 6 problems where a is positive and 6 problems where a is negative.
Answer Key included.
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Make learning more organized! This graphic organizer style of notes is great for introducing exponential functions and exponential growth and decay to students. It could also be used as a homework sheet.
Created by Math with Mrs. Holst!
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Graph exponential functions in transformation form. Identify domain/range and transformations of the parent function.

This is a one-sided page used to provide practice graphing exponential functions by hand. There are 6 questions total. TEKS Aligned: A9A
The student creates a table of values, graphs the function, states the domain & range, draws in the horizontal asymptote and names it as well. Transformation

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Help students learn how to graph exponential functions by identifying key components that translate the exponential parent function.
Students will identify the asymptote, domain, and range, and any reflections, dilations, vertical shifts, and horizontal shifts of a function.
Using the above infor

This foldable provides an introduction to evaluating & graphing exponential functions.
The foldable contains a total of 10 practice problems.
This is PERFECT for interactive math notebooks. May be used during direct instruction, as a centers activity, independent practice or even as a homewor

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OBJECTIVE: The students will match the graphs of exponential functions with their equation by noticing key features.
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TEKS: A.9(D)
CCSS: HSF.IF.C.7.E
ACTIVITY: Students will are given 18 exponential functions on a student recording sheet. They are also given 2 pages of graphs

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Great double sided worksheet on graphing exponential functions by hand, and identifying the domain and range of exp. functions. Also, identifying growth or decay. Usually takes students 45-55 minutes to complete.

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This is a foldable designed for math interactive notebooks.
It walks students through the process of:
1. Completing a table of an exponential function
2. Understanding the shape of the graph
3. Stating the y-intercept
4. Listing the domain and range
Then there are 4 practice problems complete

Graphing Exponential Functions Print and Go Lesson introduces your students to graphing exponential functions. Students should already be comfortable evaluating exponential functions, and she be comfortable graphing by completing a table of values. Through this lesson, students will fill in tables

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This 6- question worksheet provides students with practice graphing exponential growth & decay functions on the coordinate plane.
An answer key is included!
MAFS.912.F-IF.3.7e or MACC.912.F-IF.C.7e - Graph exponential and logarithmic functions, showing intercepts and end behavior, and trigon

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Creating a fun environment for note taking in Algebra can be hard to do. Use a method that encourages right side and left side of the brain activity! I have students take notes during class in a fun method. Allow students to activate both sides of the brain by doodling while taking notes. This note

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Graphing Exponential Functions (Practice Problems, Notes & Video Tutorial)
This lesson will help teach your students how to graph exponential functions.
This purchase includes practice problems, a video tutorial and video notes on how to graph exponential functions.
The purchase includes a

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Students graph exponential growth and decay functions in this task cards activity. All equations are written in function notation and involve x and y shifts. The answer sheet gives room for a parent table and a shifted table along with the grid where students will graph their functions.
This activ

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This product contains guided notes, a whiteboard basketball practice game, and a worksheet. There are two main types of problems covered. The first type of problem gives students a function rule with a coefficient on x in the exponent and asks them to determine the rate of change. The second type

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Great double sided worksheet on graphing exponential functions by hand, and identifying the domain and range of exp. functions. Also, identifying growth or decay. Usually takes students 45-55 minutes to complete.

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Graphs of Exponential Functions is a lesson that takes students from graphing linear functions to graphing exponential functions; curved lines on the Cartesian Plane.
* Students learn to evaluate Exponential Functions
* Students learn to graph Exponential Functions where b is greater than

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This reference book is for graphing exponential functions using transformations.
Students will be able to graph exponential functions by identifying their attributes such as transformations, y-intercepts, and asymptotes.
The product includes problems with multiple transformations, an exit/entrance k

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By the end of this lesson student's will be able to:
1) Graph exponential functions
2) Identify key characteristics of exponential functions
Agenda includes a do now, vocabulary, guided practice, independent practice, homework and exit slip.

Six rounds provide practice or review graphing exponential functions. The activity includes identifying the y-intercept, domain and range.
Separate students into groups of four and give each student their own copy of Round 1. Students should discuss the problem as they work on it and agree on the

This worksheet contains 18 exponential functions for students to graph. They must graph, find the y-intercepts, find the asymptote, and find domain and range for each function.
Answer key is included.
Note: If you’d like to purchase 17 of my Functions activities, practice, and review worksheets

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Students work in pairs to match the graph of exponential functions to their equations into a graphic organizer. They then complete the graphic organizer to identify the transformation using h and k, the domain and range, and two points on the graph. This can be used as a formative assessment. For

This lab will guide your students step-by-step through how to graph exponential functions. (It does assume that they know how to substitute and have seen an exponent before.) This is perfect for group work, for at-home learning, or for when you will be absent. Students will see patterns that occu

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Worksheet for students to practice graphing exponential functions. Includes 8 graphs and a teacher answer sheet.
Find other Algebra 2 activities in the Algebra 2 Puzzles Activities Bundle
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- Adding and Subtracting Integers
- Writing Variable Expressions and Equations
- Orde

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This activity is a "Lab" series lesson activity designed to supplement and enhance student learning after teacher instruction.
In this "Lab" students work in pairs (may be completed individually) to visually experience exponential growth compared to linear growth. In this "Lab" students will rep

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This ready-to-use set of foldables for interactive notebooks includes notes for the relationship between logarithms and exponents and graphing exponential functions. Great quick review for Pre-Calculus students.
Included in this resource:
- Color-coded graphic organizers in 2 sizes for large and

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graph exponential growth and decay functions
File contains blank lesson and completed lesson with solutions. Lessons compatible with McGraw-Hill Glencoe Algebra II textbook and Common Core Standards.

I use this foldable to introduce the look of exponential graphs and to discuss the key parts: domain and range, y-intercept, and horizontal asymptote. I have students graph and label the function on the cover, then identify the key features for 2 other examples after graphing.
This should be printed

This reference sheet for graphing exponential functions walks Algebra students through identifying x and y shifts, identifying the parent function, creating a table for the parent function, shifting the parent table, plotting the points from the shifted table and sketching in the horizontal asymptot

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This is a one-sided document used to help students read and understand graphs of exponential functions. These graphs and questions on the STAAR test can seem scary, so the purpose of this page is to lead the student through scaffolded questioning so that they can feel more confident about attacking

Task cards are fantastic for scavenger hunts, races and differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of digital task cards focus on graphing exponential functions. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice.
This set includes:
- 8 digital task cards with exponential functions and graphs
- an ans

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This is an introductory lesson on the graphs of exponential functions. The lesson provides a guided exploration on the effects of changing the parameters of the equation on the graph. Students will need a graphing calculator to complete the guided exploration. After the exploration, there is a 15 qu

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