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#2**+1 **

This is an exponential function: y = 2^{x}

It isn't linear, because: although the x values increase by the same amount, the y-values don't.

It is exponential because as the x values increase by the same amount, the y-values are each 2 times the value of the preceding y-value.

geno3141 Jun 24, 2017

#2**+1 **

Best Answer

This is an exponential function: y = 2^{x}

It isn't linear, because: although the x values increase by the same amount, the y-values don't.

It is exponential because as the x values increase by the same amount, the y-values are each 2 times the value of the preceding y-value.

geno3141 Jun 24, 2017