CCSS

These are the resources that support this Common Core Standard.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.HSF.IF.C.9

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WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Exponential Functions: Example 01

Analyzing an exponential function of base 2 of the form y = a*2^(bx) with these characteristics: a = 1, b = 1.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Exponential Functions: Example 02

Analyzing an exponential function of base 2 of the form y = a*2^(bx) with these characteristics: a > 1, b = 1.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Exponential Functions: Example 03

Analyzing an exponential function of base 2 of the form y = a*2^(bx) with these characteristics: a = 1, b > 1.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Exponential Functions: Example 04

Analyzing an exponential function of base 2 of the form y = a*2^(bx) with these characteristics: a > 1, b > 1.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Exponential Functions: Example 05

Analyzing an exponential function of base 2 of the form y = a*2^(bx) with these characteristics: a = -1, b = -1.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Exponential Functions: Example 06

Analyzing an exponential function of base 2 of the form y = a*2^(bx) with these characteristics: a < -1, b = -1.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Exponential Functions: Example 07

Analyzing an exponential function of base 2 of the form y = a*2^(bx) with these characteristics: a = -1, b < -1.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Exponential Functions: Example 08

Analyzing an exponential function of base 2 of the form y = a*2^(bx) with these characteristics: a < -1, b < -1.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Exponential Functions: Example 09

Analyzing an exponential function of base 2 of the form y = a*2^(bx) with these characteristics: -1 < a < 0, b = 1.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Exponential Functions: Example 10

Analyzing an exponential function of base 2 of the form y = a*2^(bx) with these characteristics: a = 1, -1 < b < 0.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 01

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 1. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Positive slope > 1, positive y-intercept.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 02

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 2. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Positive slope > 1, negative y-intercept.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 03

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 3. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Positive slope > 1, y-intercept of zero.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 04

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 4. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Negative slope < -1, positive y-intercept.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 05

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 5. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Negative slope < -1, negative y-intercept.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 06

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 6. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Negative slope < -1, y-intercept of zero.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 07

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 7. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Positive slope = 1, positive y-intercept.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 08

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 8. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Positive slope = 1, negative y-intercept.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 09

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 9. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Positive slope = 1, y-intercept of zero.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 10

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 10. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Negative slope = -1, positive y-intercept.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 11

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 11. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Negative slope = -1, negative y-intercept.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 12

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 12. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Negative slope = -1, y-intercept of zero.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 13

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 13. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Positive slope, 0 < m < 1, positive y-intercept.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 14

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 14. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Positive slope, 0 < m < 1, negative y-intercept.

WORKSHEET: Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 15

Worksheet--Multiple Representations of Linear Functions: Example 15. Analyzing a linear function in slope-intercept form with these characteristics: Positive slope, 0 < m < 1, y-intercept of zero.