Properties of Logarithms, an Introduction.
Task Cards really do work! They get the students engaged and keep them motivated to go through all of the problems, more so than a simple worksheet.
This resource is designed for Algebra 2, PreCalculus, and College Algebra students just starting the topic of logarithms. The natural logarithm, ln, and base e are not included.
There are two problems on each of the 18 cards. There are also two blank cards for you to personalize problems you may have emphasized. Your students will practice converting logarithmic and exponential form as well as evaluating log without a calculator. Great extra practice!
Questions 1 -12 Change from Exponential to Logarithmic Form
Questions 13 – 24 Change from Logarithmic Form to Exponential Form
Questions 25- 36 Evaluate the logarithmic expression using the definition of logarithms. No calculators are needed.
•HW or Quiz:
There are two additional handouts with 24 questions each, eight of each type covered in the task cards. They can be used for Homework, quizzes, or as enrichment.
•Student response sheets are included
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