leozap1
  • leozap1
In a exponential function can the y value be adding instead of multiplying? I am doing a problem with a exponential function and the y value is adding by 4 each time and I think that it can but I just want to make sure
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
can you be more specific?
leozap1
  • leozap1
This is the table I was wondering if it could be a exponential function if the Y value is adding I know it can be if its multiply or dividing but not sure about when it is adding I think it can be but not sure |dw:1377782823200:dw|
leozap1
  • leozap1
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anonymous
  • anonymous
no this is not an exponential function
leozap1
  • leozap1
Can you please explain to me why its not I would like to know how to solve them my self :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
for each increase of 1 in \(x\), \(y\) increases by 4 that means it is a linear function with slope \(4\)
anonymous
  • anonymous
think of the graph: over one, up 4, over1, up 4, over 1, up 4 rate of change is a constant, the graph is a line, the slope is 4
anonymous
  • anonymous
in fact, it is \(y=4x\) since you multiply the first number by 4 to get the second number
leozap1
  • leozap1
Oh so it is a exponential function?
leozap1
  • leozap1
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anonymous
  • anonymous
no it is a linear function
anonymous
  • anonymous
exponential function looks like \[f(x)=b^x\]
leozap1
  • leozap1
Oh ok

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