I use this as a Quiz-Quiz-Trade Activity. Fold answers to the back of each problem and cut away from other problems (15 cards). I laminate each card to cut down on wear and tear. Each student receives a problem, answer the questions on the front of the card, then checks with the answers on the back. Then students will walk around the room and find a partner, and each person takes a turn answering the questions on each other’s cards. They will each check the other’s answers, then trade cards and find a new partner.
These cards will have students write various exponential functions when given situations and tables, and then answer questions about those functions.
This can also be used as a matching activity - just cut the answers off of the problems, mix up the cards, then have students match the correct answers to the problems.