Algebra that Functions
Linear and Exponential Functions Math Project: Which Salary Would You Choose?
Are you looking for a way for you students to show you they can model linear and exponential functions with a real world application? My product, Linear and Exponential Functions Math Project: Which Salary Would You Choose?, is just what you need.
In this project students will model salary situations involving linear and exponential functions. They will create table, graph, and equation models to use in deciding which salary option will give them the most money at several designated time periods. They will also make a conjecture and reflect on their learning. Students will then create a product to display their models and answers.
This project requires students to synthesize the properties of linear and exponential function and how these function grow over time, all in a real world situation!
I have included an answer key for the models and questions, a rubric, a peer evaluation, and a teacher evaluation. It is a great formative assessment!
My students get so excited as they make the table models and monitor their conjectures as they progress through this project!
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Algebra that Functions
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