Exponential growth and decay: what exactly does 0

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Exponential growth and decay: what exactly does 0**
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- anonymous

It does

- anonymous

no it means that b is between 0 and 1

- lilg132

which means it has to be a decimal

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- lilg132

you cant have a whole number between 0 and 1

- slaaibak

lol

- anonymous

really? like for example 3.14?

- lilg132

how is 3.14 smaller then 1 and larger then 0?

- anonymous

and i don't really understand how the graph is supposed to be, how is it different from b > 1

- Geometry_Hater

no it has to be between 01 and 1

- anonymous

or perhaps the decimal
\[\frac{1}{3}\]

- anonymous

I suppose it has to be of the form 1/a where a>1

- Geometry_Hater

0 and 1 i meant

- anonymous

point i was making is that 3.14 is a "decimal" but it is not less than 1
for that matter so is the decimal 100

- anonymous

But to get back to the actual question:
if 0**1 you have exponential growth:
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- anonymous

is it like 0. then whatever number?

- anonymous

0**
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- anonymous

oh so reading from left to right

- slaaibak

satellite, the 3.14 logic is flawed. the relevance of 3.14 being decimal has nothing to do with 0**
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- anonymous

"decimal " is not a synonym for numbers between 0 and 1. decimal just means base ten representation

- anonymous

so the decimal has to be 0.whatever number?

- anonymous

like 0.8 or 0.08302

- anonymous

no
5 is a decimal, 19.95 is a decimal

- anonymous

for the 0**
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- anonymous

are you there?

- slaaibak

I know. but the existence of a decimal larger than 1 does not influence the existence of a decimal less than 1 and greater than 0. just read your previous message about 3.14 closely. although this is a useless debate, the definition of a decimal was just misinterpreted and I agree with you on 0**
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- anonymous

but what kind of decimal does it have to be? something like 0.3 and 0.30823 or something like that?

- slaaibak

in base 10, yes. anything like 0.05878 or 0.99 or w/e. just less than 1 and more than 0

- anonymous

ok thanks to all of you who answered it's clear now

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