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18. Exponential growth follows the formula y= a(1+r)^x and exponential decay follows the formula y= a (1-r)^x. False?

23. In controlled experiments, the researcher is able to find a casual relationship between the variables- True

27. The explanatory and response variables in an experiment make up the hypothesis. True or False, not sure.

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