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how do you write a function that is an exponential decay with a horizontal asymptote of y = - 4 ?

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    write a decaying function and drop it by 4 ....

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    Any exponential decay function will do, eg \[\Large f(x) = e^{-kx}\](the -k makes it decay, k is a positive number) then subtract 4 from it \[\Large f(x) -4\]

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