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Unformatted text preview: Based off of this assumption, it can be said that equation 3 grows faster with the constant variable as a factor of just how fast it grows. All three functions yield straight lines when taking the log of the y values while keeping the x values linear, plots b, e, and h. The slope represents the growth. Plot e represents decay because the change in slope is decreasing as x increases because the value for P used in this case is less than 1. The slope of the function is plot e shows growth because the natural number, e, grows exponential for values greater than 1. Julian Weathersby Lab Partner Chih-Wen Wang Experiment 3.5 Data Analysis and Presentation...
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