anonymous
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MeDaL AnD FaN!?! Which of the following options results in a graph that shows exponential decay? A. f(x) = 0.6(2)x B. f(x) = 3(0.7)x C. f(x) = 0.4(1.6)x D. f(x) = 20(3)x
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey @Jaynator495 are you away? Or you just need some time, asking with respect.
Jaynator495
  • Jaynator495
none of the above, sorry didnt come here to respond, im sadly just passing through and testing :(
anonymous
  • anonymous
Testing?

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Jaynator495
  • Jaynator495
i develop various features for a extension i make to add to openstudy, im expirementing and testing rn.
anonymous
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Oh you're a Developer?!? Wow
anonymous
  • anonymous
Open study doesn't respond to Microsoft Edge for Windows 10, Very buggy. Open study would keep adding things to my downloads like; 559106167415POQWUU3601a9d1.js Very weird files that look like they have a tax return Icon next to em...
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Jaynator495
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Oh, that must be a bug... is sending the AJAX requests to your download bin.
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All right I got to go

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