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It is exponential if you can get every next y-value by multiplying the current one with the same number: e.g. (-2) * 6 = -12.
Can you get every next y-value by multiplying everytime with 6?
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thats what im asking can so the answer is yes?
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i mean no
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Yes, it's yes!
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Because: (-2)*6 = -12
(-12)*6=-72
(-72)*6=-432
So each y is multiplied with 6.
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Why are you surprised?