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Q: An exponential growth function represents a quantity that has a constant halving time.?

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Constant is a quantity that does not change.

a quantity expressed asa number raised to a power

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A direct variation is a situation in which two quantities -- such as hours and pay, or distance and time -- increase or decrease at the same rate. The ratio between the quantities is constant; that is, as one quantity doubles, the other quantity also doubles. so yes it is. -add on- A direct variation is in the form y=ax where a is an constant.

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That would be an exponential decay curve or negative growth curve.

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A quantity is said to be subject to exponential decay if it decreases at a rate proportional to its value. The time required for the decaying quantity to fall to one half of its initial value.Radioactive decay is a good example where the half life is constant over the entire decay time.In non-exponential decay, half life is not constant.

exponential decay doesnt have to have a decreasing halving time. it just decays at a certain percentage every time, which might be 50% or might not

It represents a fixed quantity.

Constant is a quantity that does not change.

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A constant that does not change!