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Paperfolding  Exponential Growth/Percentage ChangeIn this activity students are posed a simple question, "How tall will a paper be if it is folded 50 times?" and it is used as a fun way to introduce them to the concepts of growth factors, and percentage change. 
3/2/2015 
Trey Cox

HSFIF.A.2 HSFIF.B.4 HSFIF.C.7 HSFIF.C.7e HSFIF.C.9 HSFLE.A.1 HSFLE.A.1b HSFLE.A.1c HSFLE.A.2 HSFLE.A.3 HSFLE.B.5 MP.1 MP.3 MP.4  HS  Activity  
Rule Time: Salute to Sports!The purpose of this module is to help students learn important applied mathematical concepts regarding exponential and logistic functions. Students will also learn how to graph and interpret exponential (and logistic, if desired) functions. The unique element of this lesson is the use of video to generate interest in the students and motivate the content through interactive technology, humor, and cooperative learning. Students are encouraged to work together and help each other “make sense” of the activities. You will need these video clips: Part 1  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUavijWEwaQ Part 2 (after the problem situation is resolved)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfGj7Ik7Zao 
9/11/2014 
Trey Cox

HSACED.A.1 HSAREI.D.11 HSFIF.A.2 HSFIF.B.4 HSFIF.B.5 HSFIF.C.7e HSFIF.C.9 HSFLE.A.1 HSFLE.A.1a HSFLE.A.2 HSFLE.B.5 MP.1 MP.3 MP.4 MP.5 MP.6  HS  Video  
Modeling with Exponential FunctionsA worksheet involving exponential modeling. 
6/2/2014 
Phillip Clark

HSFLE.A.4 MP.1 MP.4  HS  Activity  
Creating an Exponential Model  The Salary ProblemThis video is a short demonstration of how a constant percent change can be represented using an exponential function. The context is an individual is given a salary and gets a 5% annual raise. 
3/28/2014 
Phillip Clark

HSFLE.A.1c HSFLE.A.2 MP.7  HS  Video 