A function that can be represented by an equation of the form y = abx + c, where a, b, and c are arbitrary, but fixed, numbers and 0 and b 0 and bâ‰ 1.
A function in which the base e, the base of the natural logs, is raised to some power.
a function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent
a function in which a variable occurs as an exponent
a function of the form where b is a positive constant and x is any real number
A function whose general equation is a y=abx or y=abkx, where a, b, and k stand for constants.
A function whose general equation is y = a x bx or y = a x bkx, where a, b, and k stand for constants.
A function of the form f (x) = having variables expressed as exponents.
A function of the form f(x) = kx , where "k" is a constant. Examples: y = 2x ; f(x) = ex , where "e" is the "natural exponential function".
a mathematical function of the form f(x) = ax where is constant and is a variable. The most common exponential function is ex where is approximately equal to 2.718. 1. Exponentially large implies that the size of an object or number increases like the slope of an exponential function, or in other words, very very quickly.
A function that has an equation of the form y - ax. These functions are used to study population growth or decline, radioactive decay, and compound interest.
A function commonly used to study growth and decay. It has the form y = a with positive.
A function commonly used to study growth and decay. It has a form y = ax.
A function where the variable is in the exponent of some base, for example, b ** N where N is the variable, and b is some constant.
A function used to study growth and decay. It has the form y = abx + c with a positive. "b" is not equal to 1.
The exponential function is one of the most important functions in mathematics. It is written as exp(x) or ex, where e equals approximately 2.71828183 and is the base of the natural logarithm.