Modeling Population Growth

Unit 7: Functions
Lesson 10 of 11

Objective: SWBAT use their understanding of linear and exponential growth patterns to model the growth of a population.

Big Idea: What will the United States population be in the year 2030? Students use linear and exponential growth models to make predictions and argue about which model is the best fit for the data.

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