key-Guided Practice-Simple Interest and Compound Interest.pdf - Section 2: Guided Practice

key-Guided Practice-Simple Interest and Compound Interest.pdf

Comparing Investments

Unit 6: Exponential Functions
Lesson 8 of 13

Big Idea: To guide students in practice to develop meaning for each variable in either formula in order to make correct substitutions and evaluations.

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Math, exponential function, Algebra, Exponents and Exponential Functions, independent practice, Exit Slip, Warm UP, guided practice, master teacher project, compound interest, compared, simple interest, linear function
50 minutes

Rhonda Leichliter

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