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A Penny or $100,000!

Unit 6: Exponential Functions
Lesson 1 of 13

Objective: SWBAT identify, graph, and explain exponential growth for functions of the form f(x)=ab^x where b > 1, and f(x)= a( 1 + r)^t using a table of values.

Big Idea: Students compare the pattern of change of an exponential function to the rate of change in a linear function.

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Math, comparison and contrast, Exponents and Exponential Functions, Algebra, Introduction to Exponential Functions, Graphic Organizer, student work, Closing, frayer model, Closing, Growth Function
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