# Exponential equation table

y2/y1 = abx2/abx1. y2/y1 = bx2/bx1 [since the a cancels in the numerator and denominator] y2/y1 = bx2-x1 [by the rules of exponents] (y2/y1)^ (1/ (x2 – x1)) = b [take the root with index x 2 – x 1

## Exponential Equation Given a Table

Exponential equation of the given data is (1/2)x. Example 2 : Determine whether each set of data displays exponential behavior. Solution : The domain values are at regular intervals of 10. The

## Tables: Exponential Functions

Solve the exponential equation: (¼) x = 64. Solution: Given exponential equation is: (¼) x = 64. Using the exponential rule (a/b) x = a x /b x, we get; 1 x /4 x = 4 3.

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## Constructing Exponential Functions

Let a and b be real number constants. An exponential function in x is a function that can be written in the form. f (x) = a ⋅ bx. where a is nonzero, b is positive and b ≠ 1. The constant a is the initial value of f (the value x = 0) and b is the base.
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