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    Exponential relationships

    Hi. Can someone tell me what is exactly meant by related exponents?
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    A relationship refers to how your independant variable relates to your dependant variable. Exponential relationships means that your y value increases exponentially to the x variable. This is written as y=a^x

    If y=3^x, and your x started at 0 and increased by 1's, you would have

    y=3^0 = 1
    y=3^1 = 3
    y=3^2 = 9
    y=3^3 = 27
    y=3^4 = 81
    y=3^5 = 243
    and etc.

    Hope this helps you but if it doesn't, then tell me specifically what it is you don't understand.

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    I found that connector you were looking for

    I found that connector you were looking for
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