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Algebra Help! Which word goes with each definition?

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  1. CliffSedge
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    If you need definitions, dictionaries are good for that. http://www.mathwords.com/

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    And you didn't find those words?

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    I see, yes those definitions on your assignment are . . . less than precise.

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    For example, B) The number is not derived from compound interest, but it is used in that function, it is also not the inverse of LN, it is the base of the natural logarithm.

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    And for D) numbers aren't raised to logarithms. These incorrect statements in these definitions make it difficult (and also teaches you incorrect things, which is unfortunate.) Anyway, for number one, you matched 'exponential function' to 'an exponential function in the form . . .' That cannot be correct because you are matching a general to a specific.

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    #s 3 and 8, 'domain' and 'range' are referring specifically to exponential growth here.

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    #s 7 and 9, 'decay' and 'growth' are specific exponential functions.

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    Yes.

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    lets see so u have to match the meanings right

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