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Consider the exponential function . Which of the following best describes the the graph of g?
a. Concave up and increasing
b. Concave up and decreasing
c. Concave down and increasing
d. Concave down and decreasing
The rules are +constant, concave up,  constant concave down.
Base greater than 1 increasing, base less than 1, decreasing.
If you're referring to the problem from the previous exercise, then the constant term is 6.05 and the base is 0.83
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