Which is an exponential growth function?

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Which is an exponential growth function?

[tex]Which is an exponential growth function?[/tex]

The question is kind of confusing. if it's asking how many variations of answers can you give. then do 4^5 for your answer.this would be something like the first question could be a and the 2nd c or first b next c etc. if you can, ask the teacher for a better confirmation of what it's asking. if i'm assuming correctly what it's asking, it's 625 different variations.

1/4 because there is 4 grades.

Ok here we go ..there are plenty of ways to solve such math problems but we will go for the smartest and easiest ..5x+2y=7 -2x+6y=9we rearrange them into the following ..by multiplying the 1st equation by 2 it becomes 10x + 4y = 14we rearrange it and so it becomes 10x = 14 - 4yas for the second equation we multiply it by 5 and rearrange it so it becomes as to the following ..-10x + 30y = 45rearranging so 10x = 30y -45now 10x equals both 14 - 4y and 30y -45so 14 - 4y = 30y -4531 = 26yy= 31/26 = 1.19 or around 1.2so by now we can calculate x easily as -2x+6y=9so 2x = 6y -9 = 6 * 31/26 - 9 = -1.84 then x = - 0.92 or around -0.9best luck!

1200 inches = 30 yards12 inches= 1 foot3 feet= 1 yard3feet= 36 inchesyou can set up a proportion then use inverse operations that looks sorry it looks so sloppy lol