This How Much Is Your Time Worth? lesson plan also includes:
Develop functions with function notation from formulas. With calculators, pupils graph compound interest equations using a given principle amount, rate, and number of times compounded. Learners convert the formula to use function notation and find values for specific domain values. By switching the independent variable to the number of times the interest is compounded, scholars continue to investigate the formula.
- Conduct a mini-lesson on the aspects of function notation
- Use other formulas to create functions with function notation
- Class members should be familiar with compound interest formulas
- Provides questions to ask the class
- Gives potential answers to discussion questions
- One of the mathematical equations, which is an answer, does not show up