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Compositions, Inverses & Role Play: Extending Concepts to Exponential Functions

Unit 2: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Lesson 7 of 21

Objective: Students will learn that just as numbers can be combined through arithmetic operations, functions can also be combined through a process known as composition. Through this lens, inverse functions will be developed and extended to exponential functions.

Big Idea: This lesson welcomes the students back from spring break with a transition to inverse functions. The element of “role play” helps to set the stage for the foundation of logarithms

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