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Tag Archives: sequences
Information binge
So I sat down the other day (as I often do), and thought, “What about exponential and logarithmic functions might a highschool student find interesting?” Yes yes, exponential functions are essential in a number of financial math applications, but figuring … Continue reading
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Tagged exponential, logarithmic, logistic, Malthusian, population, projects, sequences, unit planning
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a fun fractions problem!
Well, it’s been a million years since the last post, but I’ll spare any readers the doleful reasons. I’m trying to figure out how to be selfdisciplined with my writing and learning, so hopefully this summer sees many more posts. … Continue reading