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Linear and Exponential Functions
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Linear: First common difference of 4
Determine the relationship shown in the table with the correct reasoning.
Linear: First common difference of -2
Determine the relationship shown in the table with the correct reasoning.
Linear: First common difference of 6
Determine the relationship shown in the table with the correct reasoning.
Exponential: Common Ratio of 6
Determine the relationship shown in the table with the correct reasoning.
Exponential: Common Ratio of 1/2 or 0.5
Determine the relationship shown in the table with the correct reasoning.
Exponential: Common Ratio of 2
Determine the relationship shown in the table with the correct reasoning.
Exponential: Common Ratio of 1/6
Determine the relationship shown in the table with the correct reasoning.
Linear Function
The first difference of the y values in the table is the same
Exponential Function
The ratio of the y values is the same
f(x)=5x-10
Write the function represented by the table.
f(x) = -2x + 12
Write the equation for the function represented by the table.
f(n) = 3(5)ⁿ
Write the function represented by the table.
f(n)=4(2)ⁿ
Write the function represented by the table.
f(n)=1(1/2)ⁿ
Write the function represented by the table.
P = 10,000(1.2)^t
The current population of a town is 10,000. The
population, P, increases by 20% each year. Write an equation that could be used to find the population after t years.
A =21,000(1 +.14)^3
Robert invests $21,000 in an account at 14% interest
compounded annually. He will make no deposits or
withdrawals on this account for 3 years. Write a
formula that could be used to find the balance, A, in the account after the 3 years?
v = 21,000(0.86)^3
Kathy plans to purchase a car that depreciates
(loses value) at a rate of 14% per year. The initial
cost of the car is $21,000. Write an equation
that represents the value, v, of the car after 3 years.
f(x) =6.50x + 4(12)
Alex is selling tickets to a school play. An adult
ticket costs $6.50 and a student ticket costs $4.00.
Alex sells x adult tickets and 12 student tickets.
Write a function, f(x), to represent how much
money Alex collected from selling tickets.
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