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how to tell if a graph is an exponential function

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  1. anonymous
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    Look for e^x also graph will be always increasing or decreasing this is sure that log of values at ponits in will be in arithimetic progression

  2. anonymous
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    Its goes so high value in few steps .. for example e^10 = 22026.46 while e^2 = 7.2 by the way .. the high value is represent -ve values and +ve values I hope its clear .

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