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Does the table represent a linear or an exponential function? Explain. This represents an exponential function to see how rapidly the value of my changes for each change of 1 in x you can plot the points and see what kind of graph you get, if it looks like the attached, it's exponential.

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so who can help me on this
For all I know this a geometric sequence, not an exponential. Can you graph the table? If it looks like a linear graph, it's a linear function.
What did you get?
i don't get it
Ok first thing first, plot the graph on an x-y plane.
it looks exponential too me. its increasing rapidly, almost like a power of 3
Try it to see if it works^
I got it.
Are you there?
Use geometric formula. Done.

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