REVIEW OF EXPONENTIAL RELATIONS
TOPICS | LINKS & RESOURCES |
OVERALL REVIEWS |
Here are links to REVIEW SUGGESTIONS Here is a REVIEW POWERPOINT with examples to work through. SOLUTIONS coming soon Here is a copy of an Exponential Relations QUIZ from 2013's class |
(1) INTEGRAL EXPONENTS |
For Reviewing Negative Exponents - if you feel you need the practice Practice working with negative exponents on this problem set from Khan Academy (2) A worksheet from Arlington Algebra Project on Zero and Negative Exponents. You can also rewatch any videos linked previously |
(2) LAWS OF EXPONENTS |
(1) Worksheets from Kutasoftware on Exponent Laws: EASY ones and here are HARDER ones. To REVIEW the basic Exponent Laws, watch the following videos: Here are two links to Khan Academy that give you the opportunity to practice: (1) Exponent Rules practice and (2) Simplifying Expressions with Exponents |
(3) SCIENTIFIC NOTATION |
To study Scientific Notation Watch the following two videos & record the examples as they get developed. Here is the first video: Here are three links to online sites to give you the opportunity to practice working with scientific notation. Link #1 to Khan Academy exercises Link #2 also to Khan Academy exercises |
(4) ANALYZING DATA SETS |
For analyzing exponential data sets ==> Use the Ratio Analysis method we used in class to determine an equation that models these data sets Here is a video link to help you with data analysis if you don't remember how we did it in class |
(5) APPLICATION PROBLEMS - COMPOUND INTEREST |
(1) Complete Questions 11 - 20 from this worksheet. (2) Complete the word problems from the Nelson 11 text, Chap 1.8, p71, Q7,10,13,14 Here are videos that shows you how to work with the compound interest |
(5) APPLICATION PROBLEMS - GROWTH AND DECAY |
Here are examples of word problems with Exponential Growth & Decay. (A) First Worksheet. In Q1,2,3,10,12 they already give you the equation to help you answer the question. Other questions like Q 4,5,6,7,8 9,11 require you to determine the equation. Answers on page 4. (B) Second Worksheet, where Q4,5,7,8,9,10 deal with Compound Interest. (C) Complete Questions 1 - 9 from our in-class worksheet. Here are videos that shows you how to work with the doubling formula (watch the first example only) and half-life problems Here are two new videos reviewing how to work with exponential equations in word problems |
(6) GRAPHING EXPONENTIAL RELATIONS |
Here are three videos that you can watch to consolidate concepts & skills on graphing exponential relations: Video #1: Watch examples 1 and 2 (effect of D in y = Ca^{x} + D. These videos use a base called "e",(which equals about 2.7) rather than our use of base 2. Video #2: Watch examples 1 and 2 (effect of changing the sign form positive to negative in y = Ca^{x} + D. These videos use a base called "e",(which equals about 2.7) rather than our use of base 2. Video #3: Watch examples 3 and 4 (effect of C in y = Ca^{x} + D. These videos use a base called "e",(which equals about 2.7) rather than our use of base 2. |
(7) SOLVING EXPONENTIAL EQUATIONS |
As requested/promised, here are videos for reviewing how to solve Exponential Equations |