anonymous
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1. Does the table represent an exponential function? Does the table represent an exponential function? yes no
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anonymous
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anonymous
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Didn't mean to ask the question twice...
anonymous
  • anonymous
hey

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anonymous
  • anonymous
hey
anonymous
  • anonymous
explain your problem maybe i can help
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well it says Does the table represent a exponential function? and it says either yes or no and I drew a picture of the table above..
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay hold on
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
what is this table called again
anonymous
  • anonymous
exponential function?
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
no, it seems like the function is y= -x^3 (all values fit in the equation
anonymous
  • anonymous
No, it is cubic y=x^3 or if you mean all negative signs y= - x^3
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anonymous
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can someone help me?????
anonymous
  • anonymous
Simple answer is NO.
anonymous
  • anonymous
An example \[2^{1}=2\] \[2^{2}=4\] \[2^{3}=8\] \[2^{4}=16\] As you go up 1 in the input (the exponent, X in your table) the output Y goes up by a factor of 2. Notice if you take 4/2=2, 8/4=2, 16/8 =2, always the same ratio. Is that true for your table?
anonymous
  • anonymous
-8/-1 = 8, what about the next two -27/-8=?
anonymous
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be careful tough if your X's (inputs) are not changing by 1 each time the test is a bit more complicated

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