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Create an exponential growth function, f(x), to model a population of frogs that is growing every year. Identify the principal amount, the growth rate, and the domain and range. Please help! Fan and medal! :)

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  1. DanJS
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    \[f(x) = a *b^x\]

  2. DanJS
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    x = time which i guess must be greater or equal to zero a = starting population, principal amount b = rate of growth

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    when time is zero, a*b^0 = a the starting amount, the domain is all time, x >0

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    the resulting rage is all the possible populations, a to infinity

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