✤ This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Exponential Functions ✤
✤ This maze is part of : Maze - MEGA BUNDLE on Exponential and Logarithmic Functions ✤
This maze is a good review of understanding how to use the Exponential Decay Function to work with radioactive elements in relation to their half-time. In this activity the "Half-Life"
N(t) = Nₒ (½)^(t/h)
is going to be used in every question. This is a great practice on how to use it. Students will be asked to find:
1. The Final Amount
of the radioactive material after decaying for a specific time
2. The Initial Amount
if the radioactive material decayed to a certain amount for a certain time.
Students WILL NOT
be asked to find the time it takes to decay in this maze. The value of "t
" is always given.
Please keep in mind that this maze focuses only on Half-Life
. Other mazes that deals with different models and concepts of Exponential Functions could be found via other mazes available at my store.
There are 15 different questions assessing the above concepts provided in this maze. From start to end, the student will be able to answer 12 questions out of the 15 provided to get to the end of the maze.
I use Algebra II Common Core Pearson
Textbook. This activity works very well with Section 7.2: Properties of Exponential Functions
This maze could be used as:
a way to check for understanding, a review, recap of the lesson, pair-share, cooperative learning, exit ticket, entrance ticket, homework, individual practice, when you have time left at the end of a period, beginning of the period (as a warm up or bell work), before a quiz on the topic, and more.
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