HOME ALONE: Digital Breakout about Exponential & Logarithmic Functions
Your Exponential and Logarithmic Functions test is tomorrow. You have been studying exceptionally hard for it. This morning, your teacher provided you with a helpful online study guide. You were given the option of completing the study guide and submitting it digitally by midnight for extra credit. ...
Solving Logarithmic Equations Scavenger Hunt
This scavenger hunt contains 16 problems to practice solving logarithmic equations. . The problems vary in difficulty; they require log properties, solving linear equations, and solving quadratic equations.This activity is a great way to get students moving around the classroom while practicing math...
Logarithmic Equations: Line Puzzle Activity
This worksheet is a fun way for your students to practice solving log equations. These equation require log properties to solve. Students match equations to solutions and will know right away if they've solved correctly because of the puzzle! The file contains the student worksheet and teacher answe...
Which Mathematician Was Born on Your Birthday?
Which Mathematician Was Born on Your Birthday? Looking for a fun extra credit math project? This website tells you which mathematician was born on your birthday! Makes a fun link between math and history and a fun way for students to gain some extra credit in math.
Applications of Logarithms
Applications of Logarithms uses dynamic images, computer graphics, and familiar language help to bring the mathematics of exponential and logarithmic functions to life. Students will come away with a clear mental picture of the behavior of these functions and of their many occurrences in the real world. Applications involve carbon dating on dinosaur fossils, nuclear decay, population models, interest and amortization, seismology, learning curves, and more.
Maze - Transformation of Logarithmic Functions
This product is a good review of "Transformation of Logarithmic Functions" where a Logarithmic Parent Function is given (with any base) with a description of a specific transformation. Student would need to apply such description to the parent and find the notation of the new function.