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In this fun Digital Google® Slide activity your students practice finding equivalent forms of logarithmic and exponential expressions. There are fifteen sets, each with three problems. Students evaluate and change forms for all three, digitally identifying the expression which is not equivalent. Great problems for high level thinking and discussion.
Note: This resource includes some examples with the natural logarithm and e. Please look at the preview to insure the problems are appropriate for your classes. You can use all the slides at once or separate them for different days.
Both online and printable versions of the recording sheet are included, as well as the answer key. Detailed illustrated instructions on accessing and sharing this resource with your students are included as well as the link to the product.
This resource is included in ★ Algebra 2 MEGA Bundle of GOOGLE Activities
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