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Which equation represents exponential growth? A. y = 4(.07)^x B. y = 7(1/4)^x C. y = 2(.44)^x D. y = 6^x

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  1. AravindG
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    exactly similiar to last question?

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  2. brittanyburton
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    wellll sorry i dont get it

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  3. AravindG
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    @him1618 told you what an exponential function is .

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  4. AravindG
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    If you didnt bother to go through that please take a look now..then tell us if you still have a problem we can help

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  5. satellite73
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    pick the one where the base (the number being raised to a power) is greater than 1 there is only one of them

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  6. brittanyburton
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    wait what? @satellite73

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  7. brittanyburton
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    are you saying it's D or i'm still not getting it? lol

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  8. satellite73
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    \[y=a\times b^x\] is the general form for example in the first one you have \[y=4\times (.07)^x\] so \(a=4\) and \(b=.07\) \(b\) is the base, so in this example \(.07\) is the base since \(.07<1\) this is not growth

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  9. satellite73
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    yes, it is D since you have \[y=6^x\] and \(6>1\)

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  10. brittanyburton
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    haha ah okay!

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  11. satellite73
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    easy when you know what to do right?

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  12. brittanyburton
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    Haha somewhat!

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  13. AravindG
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    @satellite73 easy when she got what option is right

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