Students are asked to transform an exponential expression so that the rate of change corresponds to a different time interval.
Students are asked to use the properties of exponents to show that two expressions are equivalent and compare the two functions in terms of what each reveals.
Rational Exponents - 3:
Students are asked to convert a product of a radical and exponential expression to a single power of two.
Rational Exponents - 4:
Students are asked to rewrite expressions involving radicals and rational exponents in equivalent forms.
Roots and Exponents:
Students are asked to rewrite the square root of five in exponential form and justify their choice of exponent.