This engaging resource is a new and rigorous way for your students to practice graphing and determining the characteristics of Exponential Functions. NO PREP for you.
Print & Go! It is appropriate for Algebra 2 or PreCalculus.
In the first part of the activity, students analyze 18 graphs, all transformations of a basic function and identify which transformations were used to graph the 18 functions.
Then students work on 8 different exponential functions. They enter values into a table, find the domain, range, asymptote , x – intercepts, y-intercepts, and determine transformations before graphing the function. There are over 70 questions in all for your students to complete. This was designed to be completed without a graphing calculator.
I have set this up so that you have a lot of versatility. It can be used as a worksheet, Concept Map, Task Cards, Stations, or as pages for Interactive Notebooks.
Answer keys are included. Please see the link below for the Google® Slide version.
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