julliemyers
Can someone graph these 2 equations for me??
y=5(1/2)^x +4
y=4(1/6)^(x+2)



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helder_edwin
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use wolframalpha.


julliemyers
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none of those graphs match my awsner choices tho

agent0smith
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google will even do it for you. Enter these into google:
5(1/2)^x +4
4(1/6)^(x+2)

julliemyers
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even googles dont match my grpahs

agent0smith
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It's probably just the "viewing window" that your graphs are showing. ie what x and y values they show. What are your choices?

julliemyers
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for this one
5(1/2)^x +4

julliemyers
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4(1/6)^(x+2)

helder_edwin
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did u type correctly the functions?

julliemyers
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yes

helder_edwin
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u have the right figures

agent0smith
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5(1/2)^x +4 matches graph c. If you type it on google, then zoom in, you'll see the similarities.

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yes.

helder_edwin
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use specific points.
for instance
the first one when x=4 gives u y=5/16+4=4+.....

julliemyers
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they are on oppiste sides tho

agent0smith
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4(1/6)^(x+2) matches graph a.

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If you have a graphics calculator, you can use that too. Or enter xvalues to see what y values you get.