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  • one year ago

Where is exponential growth happening in the graph shown above? A. Point A B. Point D C. Point B D. Point C

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  1. anonymous
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    http://media.apexlearning.com/Images/201006/07/79eb6d4d-e1b7-4dd2-a978-843f415836c0.gif

  2. anonymous
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    @radar

  3. anonymous
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    either point A or B, im feeling A

  4. anonymous
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    An exponential growth is a growth in which the rate is proportional to the increasing number or size in an exponential (rather than arithmetical) or logarithmic progression In the attached image you'll see that were it has an exponential phase, that's about where B is on your graph, so I'd go with B.

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  5. anonymous
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    I agree with @bigmac45

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