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Hello Year 10 Math!. Into 2 groups please...must have a boy and a girl.

Hello Year 10 Math!

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- Into 2 groups please...must have a boy and a girl..

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- First correct answer - yell it out
- A pond has a lilly growing in it that doubles in size every day. It takes 30 days to cover the pond. On what day will it cover a quarter of the pond?

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- Question: The USA has a population of 307,006,550. If it takes each person a week to ‘pay it forward’, how long before everyone in the USA has something good done for them?

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- What’s the phone number the need (shhhh, don’t let on...)?

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- As I was going to St Ives
- I met a man with seven wives.
- Every wife had seven sacks,
- Every sack had seven cats,
- Every cat had seven kits.
- Kits, cats, sacks and wives,
- How many were going to St Ives?
- What was that phone number?

- Exponential equations take the form of:
- Find what each variable does algebraically and graphically, and make a general statement for each - final product on A3 for display ( ‘a’ will..., ‘b’ controls how... ‘c’ controls...... etc )
- And make sure it says what happens if to the graph when…
- a > 0, b > 1 a > 0, 0 < b < 1
- a < 0, b > 1a < 0, 0 < b < 1

- Prove ‘em