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Which of the following functions shown in the table below could be an exponential function?

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    A. f(x) B. g(x) C. h(x) D. k(x) **choose ALL that apply!! and pls explain :) thanks!

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    Exponential means you can find a common ratio between terms

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    okay so f(x) is an answer right?? cuz its always +2 ?

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    and g(x) doesn't have a common ratio...

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    and neither does h(x) or k(x) right?? so is my only answer here A. f(x) ??? @phi :)

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    a ratio is the n+1 term divided by the nth term a common difference like +2 means a linear function: it goes up by 2 at each term

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    ohh okay then idk... :( can u pls show me?

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    and we are looking for exponential function so f(x) is NOT an answer here then?

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    g looks like a common ratio of 0.7 0.7^x h(x) looks like 1.6^(x+3) k(x) looks like a parabola (it goes down, then back up)

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    okay so my only answers are C. h(x) and D. k(x) ??? A and B don't work here?? C and D are my answers??

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    I believe so

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    kk thanks!! :)

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    whoops, g and h not k

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    ohhh okay haha so B. g(x) and C. h(x) are my answers? :)

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    @phi :)

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    yes B and C

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    kk thanks !!

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