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Mathhelp346

  • 2 years ago

Graph: y=2^x+3

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  1. Mathhelp346
    • 2 years ago
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    like this? |dw:1334792959116:dw|

  2. mrshappy0
    • 2 years ago
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    I didn't see the ^2 sorry

  3. Mathhelp346
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    is that right?

  4. Mathhelp346
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    oh ok

  5. mrshappy0
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    No, that is not correct

  6. Mathhelp346
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    oh

  7. Mathhelp346
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    but it's not supposed to be a parabola

  8. mathhasproblems
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    well, to graph this, substitue different numbers for x, to graph it

  9. Mathhelp346
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    what about the 3

  10. mrshappy0
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    is it \[x^2+3 ?\]

  11. vi3tbloodxx
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    \[2^{x} + 3\]

  12. mrshappy0
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    oh

  13. vi3tbloodxx
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    plug in x and solve. x = -2 x = -1 x = 0 x = 1 x = 2 you'll get a general idea of how it'll look

  14. Mathhelp346
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    but what about the 3??

  15. vi3tbloodxx
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    @Mathhelp346 the 3 is added to find the value of y. For example \[y = 2^{x} + 3\] x = 0 y = 2^0 + 3 = 1 + 3 = 4 y = 4 (0,4) would be one coordinate of the graph

  16. Mathhelp346
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    oh ok

  17. Mathhelp346
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    and then it would be x=2 and so on

  18. vi3tbloodxx
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    wait is it \[2^{x} + 3 \] or \[2^{x+3}\]

  19. Mathhelp346
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    2^x+3

  20. vi3tbloodxx
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    then yea, just keep plugging in values for x, and solve for y

  21. Mathhelp346
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    ok ty

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