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The Mathematics Methods course requires students to select, recall and use facts, rules definitions and procedures drawn from Algebra, Functions, Relations and their Graphs, Calculus and Statistics. Topics are developed systematically, with increasing levels of sophistication and complexity. Students need to comprehend and understanding the meaning, nature and purpose of the mathematics they are learning.

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QLD (Nspire): Methods Yr 11 Classroom ActivitiesDownload
Exponential Functions
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Learning Exponentially

How and why are transformations of exponential function different from polynomials? What is a dilation away from the x or y axis? This activity provides a series of questions, explorations and dynamic visuals that will help students understand transformations of exponential functions, including a selection of homomorphic representations.