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Jenna McWilliams
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I studied creative writing and published some poems. Then I decided to  get all up in education's grill. I'm currently a doctoral student in the Learning Sciences program at Indiana  University.
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Lesson 29: Exponential Growth and Decay

The lesson begins with a discussion about growth factors and percent increase, leading to the presentation of the compound interest formula. Following this focus on growth, exponential decay is introduced. The lesson concludes with a comparison between exponential and linear growth, highlighting the difference in the additive and multiplicative patterns in their growth patterns.

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