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Video Transcript: Algebra Nspirations: Exponents and Exponential Functions, Part 2 
This is the transcript for the video of same title. Video contents: In this Investigation we look at exponential growth and decay models. This transcript corresponds to Segments 3 and 4 of Exponents and Exponential Functions. To view those videos click on the following links: • https://www.media4math.com/library/algebranspirationsexponentsandexponentialfunctionssegment3 • https://www.media4math.com/library/algebranspirationsexponentsandexponentialfunctionssegment4 

Video Transcript: Algebra Nspirations: Exponents and Exponential Functions, Part 1 
This is the transcript for the video of same title. Video contents: In this Investigation we explore the properties of exponents and exponential graphs. This transcript corresponds to Segments 1 and 2 of Exponents and Exponential Functions. To view those videos click on the following links: • https://www.media4math.com/library/algebranspirationsexponentsandexponentialfunctionssegment1 • https://www.media4math.com/library/algebranspirationsexponentsandexponentialfunctionssegment2 

Video Transcript: Algebra Nspirations: Exponents and Exponential Functions 
This is the transcript for the video of same title. Video contents: Almost everyone has an intuitive understanding that exponential growth means rapid growth. Written and hosted by internationally acclaimed math educator Dr. Monica Neagoy, this video builds on students' intuitive notions, explores exponential notation, and analyzes properties of exponential function graphs, with the help of TINspire features such as sliders and graph transformations. Using exponential functions to model finance applications and a Newton??s law of cooling problem further help students build a solid foundation for these fundamental algebraic concepts. Concepts explored: functions, exponents, exponential functions To view the full video: https://www.media4math.com/library/algebranspirationsexponentsandexponentialfunctions A Promethean Flipchart is available for this video: https://www.media4math.com/library/prometheanflipchartalgebranspirationsexponentialfunctions 

Video Transcript: Algebra Applications: Logarithmic Functions, Segment 2: Hearing Loss 
This is the transcript for the video of same title. Video contents: We live in a noisy world. In fact, prolonged exposure to noise can cause hearing loss. Students analyze the noise level at a rock concert and determine the ideal distance where the noise level is out of the harmful range. Using the TINspire's Geometry tools, student create a mathematical simulation of the decibel level as a function of distance. To view the full video: https://www.media4math.com/library/algebraapplicationslogarithmicfunctionssegment2hearingloss A Promethean Flipchart is available for this video: https://www.media4math.com/library/prometheanflipchartalgebraapplicationshearingloss 

Video Transcript: Algebra Applications: Logarithmic Functions 
This is the transcript for the video of same title. Video contents: In this episode of Algebra Applications, students explore various scenarios that can be explained through the use of logarithmic functions. Such disparate phenomena as hearing loss and tsunamis can be explained through logarithmic models. To view the full video: https://www.media4math.com/library/algebraapplicationslogarithmicfunctions 

Video Transcript: Algebra Applications: Exponential Functions, Segment 4: How Is Earthquake Magnitude Measured? 
This is the transcript for the video of same title. Video contents: An earthquake is an example of a seismic wave. A wave can be modeled with a trigonometric function. Using the TINspire, students link the amplitude to an exponential function to analyze the dramatic increase in intensity resulting from minor changes to magnitude. To view the full video: https://www.media4math.com/library/algebraapplicationsexponentialfunctionssegment4howearthquakemagnitudemeasured A Promethean Flipchart is available for this video: https://www.media4math.com/library/prometheanflipchartalgebraapplicationsearthquakes3 

Video Transcript: Algebra Applications: Exponential Functions, Segment 3: What Is the Difference between Earthquake Intensity and Magnitude? 
This is the transcript for the video of same title. Video contents: An exponential model describes the intensity of an earthquake, while a logarithmic model describes the magnitude of an earthquake. In the process students learn about the inverse of an exponential function. To view the full video: https://www.media4math.com/library/algebraapplicationsexponentialfunctionssegment3whatdifferencebetweenearthquake A Promethean Flipchart is available for this video: https://www.media4math.com/library/prometheanflipchartalgebraapplicationsearthquakes2 

Video Transcript: Algebra Applications: Exponential Functions, Segment 2: What Is an Earthquake? 
This is the transcript for the video of same title. Video contents: The basic definition of an exponential function is shown in the intensity function for an earthquake. Students analyze data and perform an exponential regression based on data from the Sichuan earthquake. To view the full video: https://www.media4math.com/library/algebraapplicationsexponentialfunctionssegment2whatearthquake A Promethean Flipchart is available for this video: https://www.media4math.com/library/prometheanflipchartalgebraapplicationsearthquakes1 

Video Transcript: Algebra Applications: Exponential Functions, Segment 1: Introduction 
This is the transcript for the video of same title. Video contents: In this introductory segment students learn about the great earthquake of 2008 that hit the Sichuan province of China. In the process they learn about how exponential functions provide a good model for describing earthquake intensity. To see the video that corresponds to this transcript, click here: https://www.media4math.com/library/algebraapplicationsexponentialfunctionssegment1introduction 

Video Transcript: Algebra Applications: Exponential Functions 
This is the transcript for the video of same title. Video contents: In this episode of Algebra Applications, students explore earthquakes using exponential models. In particular, students analyze the earthquake that struck the Sichuan Province in China in 2008, months before the Beijing Olympics. This dramatic, realworld example allows students to apply their understanding of exponential functions and their inverses, along with data analysis and periodic function analysis. To view the full video: https://www.media4math.com/library/algebraapplicationsexponentialfunctions
