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Exponential Functions and their Graphs - Problem 7
In the equation y=ab^x, the value of b tells us whether the function will be increasing (exponential growth) or decreasing (exponential decay) as x gets very large. If b is greater than 1, the output values will get very large very quickly as x increases, so we call that exponential growth. If 0
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