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Graphs of Exponential RelationshipsGlossaryTERMDEFINITIONkey featuresexponentiala relationship in which a change in the independent variable results in a constantpercentage rate of increase or decrease in the dependent variableend behaviora description of the values of the graph as the independent variable approaches positiveor negative infinityasymptotedomainrangeObjectiveIn this lesson, you willKey Features of Exponential GraphsInterceptsAn ____________is a specific point where a function’s graph crossesan _______. Thex-intercept is where the graph crosses the__________, and they-intercept is where the graph crosses the__________. Thex-intercept occurs when ____ = 0. They-intercept occurs when ____ = 0.Intervals of Increase or DecreaseFor intervals where the function values increase as thex-values_____________, the function is _______________ on that interval.For intervals where the function values decrease as thex-values_____________, the function is _______________ on that interval.Exponential functions are always either increasing or decreasing forallx-values, that is, over the interval−∞ <x< ∞.Guided Notes©Edmentum. Permission granted to copy for classroom use.
Intervals Where a Function isPositive or NegativeIf the graph of a function passes through any point on the___________, then the function includes both positive and negative____-values.For this exponential function, the graph is ________________ on theinterval−∞ <x<1and ________________ on the interval1<x<∞.End BehaviorEnd behavior describes the ___________ the graph will take whenx-values approach positive or negative _____________. Graphsincrease or decrease without ___________, remain _____________,or approach a specific ____________.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Banh
Tags
Graph of a function, Exponential Relationships