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View Resource Function Institute

Two-dimensional (x,y) functions: linear (slope-intercept, point-slope, and general forms), polynomial (definition, roots, graphs), and exponential (definition, exponential growth, radioactive decay, money matters - simple, compound, and continuous interest, effective annual rate, ordinary annuity, and loans). From the Mathematics area of Zona Land: Education in Physics and...

View Resource Field Guide to Functions

This field guide contains a quick look at the functions commonly encountered in single variable calculus, with exercises for each topic: linear, polynomial, power, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise functions. Also algebraic operations on functions, function composition, and general types of functions.

View Resource The Basics of MRI

An introduction to magnetic resonance imagining, which is based on the principles of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), a spectroscopic technique used by scientists to obtain microscopic chemical and physical information about molecules. See, in particular, The Mathematics of NMR: Exponential Functions, Trigonometric Functions, Differentials and Integrals, Vectors, Matrices, Coordinate...

View Resource James Rahn's Math Homepage

Links to selected sites, projects, and graphing calculator explorations designed to foster understanding of the family of functions known as exponential functions, useful in such applications as population growth, compound interest, radioactive decay, and value depreciation, where the rate of change is either continuously decreasing or continuously increasing.

View Resource Integrating Mathematical Concepts in the Study of the Atmosphere and the Ocean

A unit that uses functions to connect mathematical concepts to weather and climate. The first section discusses concepts relevant to climate, weather, and the atmosphere. Topics such as the earthÂ’s energy budget, clouds and cloud formation, winds and the wind system, and the effect of the corolis force on wind direction are discussed; this section can be used as a reference source for a lesson ...

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