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Determine the yintercept of the exponential function y=6.05(0.83)x. Write your answer as an ordered pair enclosed in parentheses.
What is y when x=0?
The ordered pair looks like (x,6.05(0.83)x). Evaluate this for x=0.
BTW, where is the exponential sign ^ ?
Do you mean 6.05(.083)^x?
yes
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