I made a review lesson for my Algebra 2 students on these topics, to make sure they are really ready before we start performing operations on complex numbers.

Some instruction, some board races, and there you go. Hope you like it.

Lesson

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I also updated my Algebra 1 box with unit 2 files and the first four lessons of unit 3.

Shouldn't Sturgeon's Law Also Apply to Education?

19 hours ago

## 2 comments:

Hi. I'm just a casual visitor to your page. It is very nicely done, however the main graphic at the top does not look like an exponential curve, as the blog title implies.

e^0=1

x^0=1 for all x

If you have been bugged about this too often to care, pardon me.

I don't remember the exact function I used, but there was some coefficient less than 1 in front of the power. Maybe y = .2e^x or something like that.

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