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Graphs of Exponential Models

Graphs of Exponential Models

Author: Danny Whittaker
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Notes for the video

In case you lost the packet I gave in class, you need to print this out so you can work through it with me.

This packet is covering two topics. Pages 1 and 2 are covered by these videos. Pages 3 and 4 will be covered later.


Graphs of Exponential Functions

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Graphing Exponential Models

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Hand-In Assignment

  1. Describe what the a does in the equation y equals a b to the power of x; explain how it works.
  2. Describe what the b does in the equation y equals a b to the power of x; explain how it works.
  3. Describe the graph of #4 from the sheet using all the terms described.
  4. What are you most confident about?
  5. What are you most confused about?


Remember to ask your question from #5 in the Q&A section, but look for others with the same question as well.  If you see your question already listed, use the "Answer Question" button connected to it to ask the question again in your own words.  (Also read all other responses in case someone has already given the answer!)

Also, remember to attempt to answer someone's question using what you know if possible.  Look at the list of questions that have been asked and answer if you know the answer.


I expect to see at least one comment from each of you asking or answering a question.