Exponential growth and decay describe changes over time. For growth, the quantity increases by a fixed percentage, modeled as \( y = a \cdot (1 + r)^t \); the growth factor is \( 1 + r \). For decay, the quantity decreases similarly, modeled as \( y = a \cdot (1 - r)^t \). Determine growth or decay by checking if \( r \) is positive or negative. Use these worksheets to enhance your problem solving skills.

Algebra 2

Exponential Functions