Which function could be a stretch of the exponential decay function shown on the graph? |
f(x) = 2(1/6)^x |

Which exponential function is represented by the table? |
f(x) = 0.8(2x) |

Which value of a in the exponential function below would cause the function to stretch? f(x) = a(1/3)^x |
1.5 |

Which exponential function is represented by the table? (It’s different from the earlier) |
f(x) = 0.5(0.2x) |

Which is a stretch of an exponential decay function? |
f(x) = 5/4 (4/5)^x |

Consider the exponential function f(x) = 1/5 (15x). What is the value of the growth factor of the function? |
15 |

Which exponential function is represented by the graph? (Curving up from left to right, crosses through point (0,3) and (1,6)) |
f(x) = 3(2x) |

What is the initial value of the exponential function represented by the table? |
1/2 |

What is the initial value of the exponential function shown on the graph? (Curve goes down from left to right, crosses through (0,4)) |
4 |

Which exponential function is represented by the table? |
NOT f(x) = 0.8(0.8x) (According to Edgenuity) |

Which exponential function has an initial value of 2? |
NOT C. f(x) = 3(2x) OR D. (THE TABLE) |

What is the decay factor of the exponential function represented by the table? |
NOT 2/3 |

Which graph represents a function with a growth factor of 5? |
NOT D. (Graph that curves up from left to right, intersecting at point (0,0.6)) |

Consider the exponential function f(x) = 3(1/3)^x and its graph. Which statements are true for this function and graph? Check all that apply. The initial value of the function is 1/3. |
I really have no idea. People on Brainly suck at providing good help. They gave me 2 answers, so i don’t know if I need more or if they were just wrong. The function shows exponential decay. The function is a stretch of the function f(x) = 1/3 That’s all they gave me and it was wrong. Take this with a grain of salt. |

Which exponential function is represented by the values in the table? |
NOT B. f(x) = 4(4)x |