Exponential Graphs

 teachMathematics: Exponential Graphs

"Discover the properties of Exponential Graphs and pit your wits against the computer with some fun games" Exponential functions are incredibly useful. The simplest 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, ..., doubling is probably the simplest case but they can be seen everywhere: describing growth in populations, money investments, decay of radioactive substances,... If you"re attempting this activity you"ll probably know a little...

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