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answer is "blank" since the question is "blank" it follows it so, logically
wait let me writte the question
when you plug x = 0 into the f(x) function, what result do you get?
f(x) = 3(4)^x f(0) = 3(4)^0 f(0) = ???
yes, so (0,3) is one point on this curve
now plug in x = 1 and tell me what you get
yeah instead of replacing x with 0, replace x with 1
plug it into 3(4)^x
f(1) = 3* 4^1?
yeah, now evaluate what you just wrote down
if f(1) = 12, then what point is on this curve?
the input is x = 1 the output of the function is y = 12 y is the same as f(x)
now plug in x = 2
no just like before, instead of 1 plug in 2
plug 2 into 3(4)^x
idk how you're getting that
what number is that expression equal to?
f(2) = 48 which means what point lies on the curve?
I just posted it. Scroll up
so we done or what?
you have to find a bunch of points (3 or more). Then plot all of the points on the same xy grid. The last step is to draw a curve through all of the points
so the other point its (1, 2)
or (0, 2)
idk why you keep saying (1,2) when that's not correct
scroll back up to see what the true correct point should be
sorry, wait let me see
its that right?
three points we found (0,3) (1,12) (2,48)
so whats nexts?
or we done?
plot all of the points on the same xy grid. Then draw a curve through all of the points
and thats all? right
can you help to plot the points, sorry
you can use desmos to plot the points https://www.desmos.com/calculator
or you can do it by hand on graph/grid paper
alright tank you so much!!!!! you're awesome! you think can you help me with number 4? please
you plug x = 3 into each function and determine the output
same with x = 10
thats for number 4?right?
Amber: f(x) = 3(4)^x Ben: g(x) = 2(3)^x Carter: h(x) = 10(2)^x
and thats all
yes you need to plug x = 3 and x = 10 into each