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Algebra 1

Exponential Functions

Linear and exponential functions behave very differently. These lessons compare the two, and then investigate the domain and range and the properties and characteristics of exponential functions using graphical, numerical, and symbolic representations.

Algebra 1: Exponential Functions Activities

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Comparing Linear and Exponential Functions

Compare data from two different scenarios -- linear and exponential growth.

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  • 396

Comparing Linear and Exponential Data

Compare a linear and an exponential relationship.

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  • 4988

Domain and Range of Exponential Functions

Determine the domain and range of an exponential function f(x) = bx.

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  • 4994

Characteristics of Exponential Functions

Investigate how the graph of an exponential function changes when 0 < b < 1, b = 1, or b > 1.

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  • 4863

Exponential Functions f(x) = abx

Move a slider to investigate the effect of different a-values on f(x) = a*bx.

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  • 4707

Comparing Linear and Exponential Functions

Compare data from two different scenarios -- linear and exponential growth.

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  • 4966

Spreading Doom

Students explore a geometric sequence that models the spread of the 2004 Mydoom virus.

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  • 4842

Exponential Growth

Model exponential growth and graph equations of the form y = a*bx.

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  • 4823
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