Here is the last study guide and answer key for the school year!
This lesson compared growth rates of linear functions and exponential functions.
This is the compliment to exponential growth--exponential decay is where the growth factor is between 0 and 1.
In this lesson, we introduced the formula for exponential growth, and studied a few examples of exponential growth.
This lesson explained the difference between simple and compound interest. Students saw the importance of compounding interest and began to understand exponential growth.
This lesson differentiated between arithmetic and geometric sequences. Future lesson will focus on how exponential functions relate to geometric sequences.
In this lesson, we differentiated between explicit and recursive formulas and wrote sequences using both forms.
This lesson was the introductory lessons to the form and structure of sequences.
This final lesson of Module 1 of Algebra looked at how we solve for variables. It was a fun lesson to teach.
We solved equations involving variables in the denominator and focused on restrictions for solution sets based on the variable expression in the denominator.