Exponential functions.

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Exponential functions.

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\[f(x)3^{x-3}\] Can you use any points to graph it?
\(f(x)=3^{x-3}\) Are you asking what the domain is?
im just trying to figure out how to graph it. with x and y points.

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put in an \(x\) value, and you get out the \(y\) value.
it can be any x value right?
yes, the domain is all real numbers
Like for example -2 it would be 3^-2-3?
correct
okay thanks! :)
\(3^{-2-3}=3^{-5}=\dfrac{1}{3^5}\)
thats it? it would be 1/15?
what is \(3^5\)?
ohhh 243
then it is \(\dfrac{1}{243}\)
okay thanks :)
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