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"The" exponential function is ex. A more general exponential function is any function of the form AeBx, for any non-xero constants "A" and "B". Alternately, Any function of the form CDx (for constants "C" and "D") would also be considered an exponential function. You can change from one form to the other.

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A function takes the exponential function's output and returns the exponential function's input?

A __________ function takes the exponential function's output and returns the exponential function's input.


What is the parent function for the exponential function?

The parent function of the exponential function is ax


Is the inverse of an exponential function the quadratic function?

No. The inverse of an exponential function is a logarithmic function.


A logarithmic function takes the exponential function's and returns the exponential function's input?

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A logarithmic function takes the exponential function's output and returns the exponential function's?

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What is a relation which are exponential function?

Exponential relationship!


How do you change an exponential functions to a logarithmic function?

If y is an exponential function of x then x is a logarithmic function of y - so to change from an exponential function to a logarithmic function, change the subject of the function from one variable to the other.


Example of fundamental difference between a polynomial function and an exponential function?

fundamental difference between a polynomial function and an exponential function?


What non-exponential function is its own derivative?

The only non-exponential function that has this property would be a function that has the constant value of zero.


What do you call the inverse function of the exponential function?

Logarithmic Function


What is the difference between a logarithmic function and a natural exponential function?

The exponential function, in the case of the natural exponential is f(x) = ex, where e is approximately 2.71828. The logarithmic function is the inverse of the exponential function. If we're talking about the natural logarithm (LN), then y = LN(x), is the same as sayinig x = ey.


Why radioactivity is exponential?

The number of atoms that decay in a certain time is proportional to the amount of substance left. This naturally leads to the exponential function. The mathematical explanation - one that requires some basic calculus - is that the only function that is its own derivative (or proportional to its derivative) is the exponential function (or a slight variation of the exponential function).


Can a exponential function be a negative number?

Well -x^3/4 would be exponential


Is an exponential function is the inverse of a logarithmic function?

No, an function only contains a certain amount of vertices; leaving a logarithmic function to NOT be the inverse of an exponential function.


What is the domain of logarithm and exponential function?

Domain of the logarithm function is the positive real numbers. Domain of exponential function is the real numbers.


A logarithmic function is the inverse of an exponential function?

Yes.


What is the is period of cosh y?

Since cosh is based on the exponential function, it has the same period as the exponential function, namely, 2 pi i.Note: If you consider only the real numbers, the exponential function, as well as cosh, are NOT periodic.


Does Exponential decay occurs if the base of an exponential function is a positive integer?

Yes.


What are some characteristics of the graph of an exponential function?

An exponential function is a nonlinear function in the form y=ab^x, where a isn't equal to zero. In a table, consecutive output values have a common ratio. a is the y-intercept of the exponential function and b is the rate of growth/decay.


What is the difference between power functions and exponential functions?

A power function has the equation f(x)=x^a while an exponential function has the equation f(x)=a^x. In a power function, x is brought to the power of the variable. In an exponential function, the variable is brought to the power x.


Is y equals x4 an exponetial function?

If the question is, Is y = x4 an exponential function ? then the answer is no.An exponential function is one where the variable appears as an exponent.So, y = 4x is an exponential function.


Can computer solve exponential function?

Do you mean "equations involving exponential functions"? Yes,


What does an exponential graph and logistic graph of growth look like?

Yuo cannot include a graphical illustration here. Take a look at the Wikipedia, under "exponential function" and "logistic function". Basically, the exponential function increases faster and faster over time. The logistics function initially increases similarly to an exponential function, but then eventually flattens out, tending toward a horizontal asymptote.


How does an exponential function differ from a power function graphically?

An exponential function of the form a^x eventually becomes greater than the similar power function x^a where a is some constant greater than 1.


What is inverse of exponential function?

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