Derivatives of Exponential Functions.
This innovative activity is designed for Calculus 1, AP Calculus, and Calculus Honors. Finding the derivatives of Exponential Functions is part of Unit 2, Derivatives. This activity is great reinforcement for all Calculus students whether or not you use an Early Transcendental approach. It includes real world applications.
✓Task Cards: There are 20 Task Cards
which increase in difficulty numerically. #1- 11 are exponential which include power rule, product rule, and quotient rule. They also include questions in the form of y = e^ax. #11-15 have bases other than e, and 16 – 20 are applications.
✓ Master List of Questions
which can also be used as an assessment or class worksheet
✓Two types of student response sheets,
one with twenty spaces and the other unnumbered so you can choose your set of cards for each class.
✓Two additional quizzes, HW, or worksheets
with ten questions and room for students to show work.
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