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write a rule for this function help?@angela210793 @AravindG @ajprincess @Algebraic! @BIGDOG96 @BlakeLee @begzat @cshalvey @countonme123 @ChrisNeedsHelp @cos00155079 @dape @Daish96 @DamnImBad @experimentX @estudier @EsmeraldaT @Esmy @Faralen @ganeshie8

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    |dw:1348246546095:dw|

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    did you just tag a bunch of random people? please don't do that.

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    aww you didn't tag me :(... I'm not smart enough :/

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    @ChrisNeedsHelp thats not possible

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    Did you just tag everyone you know?

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    @V1kt0r tell us what you think abt this question ?

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    what have you tried?

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  8. V1kt0r
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    i have tried the y=ab^x as the formula i just know that y is x3 and x +1 i just odnt know how to achieve the answer been hella long since i done this

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    @V1kt0r has a problem. Alert the Planet.

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  10. AravindG
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    @V1kt0r the key thing you have to look in such type of questions is what happens for x=0

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    this gives us a 50% idea of how the function operates

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    make a new attempt with this input ...i am sure you will get to the answer !!best of luck

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  13. V1kt0r
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    thanks

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  14. Algebraic!
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    \[3*(3)^{x}\]

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  15. Algebraic!
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    or \[3^{x+1}\] if you prefer

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    @TuringTest i don't think it was random...it seems alphabetical...wasn't your point..but still......

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