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Exponential Functions

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Exponential Growth - Specific Curriculum Outcomes


  • C2 model real-world phenomena using exponential functions
  • B2 demonstrate an understanding of the recursive nature of exponential growth
  • C25 solve problems involving exponential and logarithmic equations
  • C11 describe and translate between graphical, tabular, written and symbolic representations of exponential and logarithmic relationships
  • C4demonstrate an understanding of patterns that are arithmetic, power, and geometric and relate them to corresponding functions
  • C33 analyse and describe the characteristics of exponential and logarithmic functions
  • C29 analyse tables and graphs to distinguish between linear, quadratic, and exponential functions
  • A7 describe and interpret domains and ranges using set notation
  • C34 demonstrate an understanding of how the parameter changes affect the graphs of exponential functions
  • A5 demonstrate an understanding of the role of real numbers in exponential and logarithmic expressions and equations
  • C3 sketch tables and graphs from descriptions and collected data
  • F1 analyse, determine, and apply scatter plots and determine the equations for curves of best fit, using appropriate technology
  • C35 (adv) write exponential functions in transformational form and as mapping rules to visualize and sketch graphs
  • B1 demonstrate an understanding of the relationships that exist between arithmetic operations and the operations used when solving equations
  • B12 apply real number exponents in expressions and equations 
  • C24 solve exponential and logarithmic equations
  • C19 demonstrate and understanding, algebraically and graphically, that the inverse of an exponential function is a logarithmic function
  • B13 demonstrate an understanding of the properties of logarithms and apply them
  • Logarithmic Scales - Richter Scale and Decible Level


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