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Q: Why do exponential functions not equal zero?

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There are no points of discontinuity for exponential functions since the domain of the general exponential function consists of all real values!

Because the two variables cannot be zero voltage = current*resistance if we draw graph current against resistance we would see a exponential graph which means the two variables are inversely proportional but either cannot be zero because voltage is not equal to 0 n.j.p

Any Non-zero number, raised to the zero-power is equal to one (1). Zero raised to the zero power is not defined, but can converge towards a limit, for certain functions.

Zero is equal to zero

The linear function changes by an amount which is directly proportional to the size of the interval. The exponential changes by an amount which is proportional to the area underneath the curve. In the latter case, the change is approximately equal to the size of the interval multiplied by the average value of the function over the interval.

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Careers that use exponential functions include psychologists, forensic scientists, engineers and chemists. Exponential functions are functions where the base is a constant and the power is variable.

Exponential and logarithmic functions are inverses of each other.

There are no points of discontinuity for exponential functions since the domain of the general exponential function consists of all real values!

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

Exponential and logarithmic functions are different in so far as each is interchangeable with the other depending on how the numbers in a problem are expressed. It is simple to translate exponential equations into logarithmic functions with the aid of certain principles.

Because the two variables cannot be zero voltage = current*resistance if we draw graph current against resistance we would see a exponential graph which means the two variables are inversely proportional but either cannot be zero because voltage is not equal to 0 n.j.p

They are inverses of each other.

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.

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Yes.

Any Non-zero number, raised to the zero-power is equal to one (1). Zero raised to the zero power is not defined, but can converge towards a limit, for certain functions.

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