Exponential functions – application in banking, radioactive decay, chemistry (Simulation: GeoGebra, Creative Commons, Attribution alone (BY)
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Authors: Andjela Besir, Miranda García López, Lourdes Navarro Colmenero
Mathematics
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Various applications of exponential functions – simulations based on GeoGebra and OpenOffice spreadsheets

Technical requirements
  Computer with Open Office and GeoGebra applications installed
Knowledge acquisition gain
  several patterns and regularities which underlined processes associated to: banking, radioactive decay, chemistry

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Duration
  60 min
Education Level
15-18 years
Science Discipline
Mathematics
Engineering
Chemistry
Supervision required
Self study / No supervision
Installation effort
Some effort required, you'll need to install some programs

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