precalc
posted by Jus .
y=10(0.5)^(t/19.74)
My question: is this a horizontal stretch by a factor of 19.74?
y=10(0.5)^(8t)
My question: is this a horizontal compression by a factor of 1/8?
y=10(0.5)^x + 1
My question: is this a vertical translation of up 1 unit?
y=10(0.5)^(x1)
My question: is this a horizontal translation one unit to the right?
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