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### ch.4 Exponenital Functions

Course: MATH 2412, Spring 2012
School: Austin CC
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Refresher Skills for Chapter 4 Exponents Example Simplify each expression by hand. a) 82/3 b) (32)4/5 Pg. 177 36,44,48,50,52,54 Chapter 4 Exponential Functions 4.1 Introduction to The Family of Exponential Functions Key Points Growth factors and growth rates Decay factors and decay rates The definition of an exponential function Salary example New Salary = 100% of Old Salary + Percent Growth Rate Annual...

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