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A quadratic function and an exponential function are graphed below. Which graph most likely represents the quadratic function?
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Im not sure at all
Well.. you really have a 50/50 chance of getting the answer correct.. Now at first glance you may think that graph f(x) is an exponential function, correct?
Recall that exponential functions EVENTUALLY exceed quadratic functions.
I wouldn't say 50/50 more like 25%. I got four answer choices
Also… graph f(x) looks as if it may be a quadratic function mainly because it can be symmetrical in a 'U' shape… exponential functions (whether growth or delay) start out small but become massive as the graph grows infinitely.
What are the answer choices? I remember taking an exam of this in my prior FLVS Algebra class
Answer choices are:
p(x), because an increasing exponential function will always exceed an increasing quadratic function until their graphs intersect
t(x), because an increasing quadratic function will always exceed an increasing exponential function until their graphs intersect
p(x), because an increasing exponential function will eventually exceed an increasing quadratic function
t(x), because an increasing quadratic function will eventually exceed an increasing exponential function
But how can you tell which one is the quadratic function? They both look like exponential functions to me