"Great activity to reinforce the forms of logs!!" - says a buyer.
In this ready-to-use logarithms puzzle activity, students practice condensing and expanding logarithms and converting between logarithmic and exponential forms. Students find the matching forms to create a puzzle. There are 30+ practice problems included. Logarithms are part of common core standard: HSF.LE.A.4.
Great to use after Logarithms: Notes and Practice to Introduce Logarithms
and Logarithms: Expand and condense logarithmic expressions notes and practice
NOTE: This product was updated 3/17/16.
Logarithm Resources Include:
- Logarithm Paper Chain Activity
- Expand and Condense Logarithmic Expressions Interactive Notebook
- Expand and Condense Logarithmic Expressions Task Card Activity
- Introduction to Logarithms Interactive Notebook
- Logarithm Puzzle Activity
- Exponential Functions in the Real World - Compound Interest
- Compound Interest Real World Applications - College Loans Project
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