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State whether the equation y=10^3x represents a linear, quadratic, or exponential function. Tell how you decided.

I think it is exponential

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    it is an exponential function. Notice the power to x. e^x,2^x...are all expontential functions.

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    I thought so, just wanted to verify. Thank you

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