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carlenstar281

  • 3 years ago

please help me :/

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  1. alrightatmaths
    • 3 years ago
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    What does the dot mean?

  2. carlenstar281
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    it means times

  3. alrightatmaths
    • 3 years ago
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    Put in some values of x. When x=1, y = -10. When x=2, y = -50. When x=3 y = -250. When x = -1, y = -2/5. When x=-2, y = -0.08.

  4. alrightatmaths
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    This is an exponential so never touches the x axis but bends toward it.

  5. alrightatmaths
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    |dw:1360705208788:dw|

  6. carlenstar281
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    got it how do you graph it though?

  7. alrightatmaths
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    Just plot the points. So when the x coord is 1, the y coord is -10. When the x coord is 2, the y coord is -50 and so on.

  8. carlenstar281
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    sorry my comps really slow thank you you have been a big help :)

  9. alrightatmaths
    • 3 years ago
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    You're welcome :)

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