Posted by **harry** on Thursday, September 6, 2012 at 4:16pm.

Give a formula for the function illustrated using a vertical shift of an exponential function. The two points marked on the graph are A=(−1,17) and B=(1,2). The red horizontal line is given by y=1, and is a horizontal asymptote of the function. What is the equation?

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