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In an exponential function, f(x) = b^x, b is not allowed to be 1. explain why this restriction exists.

 Nov 2, 2018
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If so, we would have

 

f(x) =   (1)^x    =   1

 

So....we just have a horizontal line at   "1"......so...no growth or decay.....just a "flatline"  function

 

 

 

cool cool cool

 Nov 2, 2018

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