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For this function state: a.) If it is exponential or decay b.) the rate of growth or decay c.) the y-intercept f(x) = 123(0.95)
Where is your variable?
what do you mean?
its supposed to be 123(0.95)^x
When you have the variable in the exponent it will be exponential growth if the number raised to the variable is greater than one. Ex. y = (1.3)^x It will be exponential decay if the number raised to the variable is between zero and one. Ex. y = (0.5)^2 So you need to look at the number being raised to the power to determine if it is growth or decay.
so is the variable (0.95)^x
The variable is x (variables are always letters). Look at the number raised to the x to determine if it is growth or decay.
so what about the rest @novagirl114