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find y-int of f(x)=-5(0.7)

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ohh im from mumbai
wat do u do
i think u have to multipy 7 and 5
thanks ill try that!
your missing a variable
i think u have to find thex mean idk
yeah the question is improper
shizz i am -5(0.7)^ x
or u have to divide no multiply idk
f(x) = -5(0.7)^ x all the answer choices are coordinates
is the question \[f(x) = -5(0.7)^{x}\]?
okay to find y intercept, equate f(x) to 0. so 0 = -5(0.7)^x or, 0.7^x =0 this means that x is undefined or negative infinity, depending on how you look at it.
sorry positive infinity
thank you so much that makes sense
im soo confuse
you are welcome
its an exponential decay.. alice smith. it wont cross the x-axis.*%280.7%29^x
the graph meets the x axis at positive infinity

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