Unit 5 (Exponential)

5.01 - I can write a recursive rule (e.g. Now-Next rule) for exponential patterns given a graph, table, contextual situation or function rule.

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5.02 - I can write a function rule (e.g. y= or f(x)=) for exponential patterns given a graph, table, contextual situation, or recursive rule.

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5.03 - I can translate a graph of an exponential or linear function and rewrite the function rule to reveal the translation.

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5.04 - I can interpret and explain how changing values of the numerical terms in exponential functions impacts the graphs, table, contextual situation, recursive rule or function rule.

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5.05 - I can interpret and explain an exponential pattern given a graph, table, contextual situation, recursive rule or function rule, and translate between each of the representations.

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5.06 - I can represent questions using exponential equations.

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5.07 - I can approximate solutions to exponential equations using tables and graphs.

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5.08 - I can explain the differences between the rates of change of a linear and exponential model.

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5.09 - I can prove that two functions are equivalent and justify the usefulness of each form in revealing key information.

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5.10 - I can rewrite expressions using the laws of exponents including fractional exponents (with a numerator of one).

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5.11 - I can create and justify the reasonableness of input values (domain) for a linear or exponential function given a contextual situation and/or the graph.

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5.12 - I can defend the reasonableness of a solution according to the context of the problem.

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5.13 - I can make a scatterplot for two variables, describe how the variables are related, and find an appropriate function to model the data (linear and exponential only). 

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5.14 - I can justify why a^(1/n) is the nth root of a.

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