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pandaecat

  • one year ago

An exponential growth function never exceeds a quadratic function with a positive leading coefficient. True or false?

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  1. pandaecat
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    @mathmate @Nnesha @phi

  2. phi
    • one year ago
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    do you know any example of an exponential function?

  3. pandaecat
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    Yes, like g(x)=x^2

  4. phi
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    do you know the example of a quadratic function?

  5. pandaecat
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    h(x)=x^2+4x+12

  6. phi
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    g(x)=x^2 is also quadratic exponential is for example 2^x

  7. pandaecat
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    Or 3^x? Oh right I got it messed up

  8. phi
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    for easy computation let's use g(x)= 10^x for the exponential and f(x)= x^2 for the quadratic. when x= 3, 10^3 = 1000 and x^2 = 3*3= 9 is the exponential bigger than the quadratic when x=3 ? answer: yes

  9. phi
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    so **An exponential growth function never exceeds a quadratic function?** is not true. i.e FALSE

  10. pandaecat
    • one year ago
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    Oh ty!

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