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Unformatted text preview:  4 2.Using an Equation or Formula: Y =  4x 3. Using a Table: 4.Visually: Using a drawing or illustration Linear Functions 0.Linear Functions graph lines 0.Variables are all in the first degree and graph a straight line. Slope 4.You can have a positive or a negative slope. Two Types of Functions with Exponents 5.Power Functions 6.Exponential Functions Power Functions 3. The exponent is fixed but the base can vary or change. Exponential Functions 4. The exponent can vary or change but the base stays fixed. Exponential Functions 1.Exponential functions increase or decrease very quickly Exponential Functions 7. Bit depths are examples of exponential functions. Logarithms 0.Logarithms undo exponential functions. 1.Logarithms give the exponent of a specific base system. 2.The Bel and Decibel scales are logarithmic...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course SP 0710 taught by Professor Dino during the Spring '08 term at Full Sail.
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