Reflection: Intervention and Extension Change of Base Formula - Section 4: Closure


As I was working with students on solving, I realized that many students were confused with the items we had been discussing. I decided to make Review Problems for station day worksheet because many of the students were not doing any work outside of class. I wanted students to focus on some key ideas we had worked on in this unit. 

When the students received the worksheet they immediately began working on the problems. Some were upset that they did not know how to do the problems but this should indicate to the students that they may need some extra help.

  Intervention and Extension: Why the review sheet
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Change of Base Formula

Unit 3: Exponential and Logarithmic functions
Lesson 7 of 11

Objective: SWBAT solve equations using only common logarithms and natural logarithms

Big Idea: If a logarithms does not have a base of 10 or e it can be rewritten by using the change of base formula.

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Math, change of base for logarithms, PreCalculus, exponential function, logarithmic functions, equation solving, Properties of Logarithm
  40 minutes
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