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Please help and explain (: Does the table represent a linear or an exponential function? Explain. x: 1 2 3 4 y: 16 64 256 1024

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    Do you know how to figure it out?

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  2. zigzagoon2000
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    I don't.

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    But I'm sure it's exponential. Just need help "explaining" it.

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    well mainly the explaining is just how you got to your answer.

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  5. zigzagoon2000
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    Well I got to that online, that's where my problem lies. I don't know how to do any of this.

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    Okay i get it now.hold on give me a min

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    Thanks for the help

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    |dw:1354552398982:dw| thats your formula

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    flip the one and two its Y2 +Y1 and same with X2+X1

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    Okay and those are powers right? Like y^2 + y^1 and x^2 + x^1 or just y2 + y1, etc?

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    yes, so the answer is exponential function

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    do you get it now?

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