AnimeGhoul8863:

Which graph best represents the function f(x) = 1(1.5)x? graph of increasing exponential function going through point 0, 2 graph of increasing exponential function going through point 0, 3 graph of increasing exponential function going through point 0, 1 graph of increasing exponential function going through point 0, 4

10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

@563blackghost

10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

Welcome to QC, I tagged someone who should be able to help :)

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

ok thank you

10 months ago
Nnesha:

you can replace x and y with given points if both sides of the equation equal then that point will be the answer

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

so its B?

10 months ago
Nnesha:

\[\large\rm (\color{Red}{x} ,\color{blue}{y} ) \rightarrow (\color{red}{0},\color{blue}{2})\] \[\large\rm \color{blue}{f(x)}=1(1.5)^\color{red}{x}\]\[\large\rm \color{blue}{2}=1(1.5)^\color{red}{0}\] both sides are equal ??

10 months ago
Nnesha:

how did u get B ?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

Im sooooo sorry i miss read it so its A

10 months ago
Nnesha:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Nnesha \[\large\rm (\color{Red}{x} ,\color{blue}{y} ) \rightarrow (\color{red}{0},\color{blue}{2})\] \[\large\rm \color{blue}{f(x)}=1(1.5)^\color{red}{x}\]\[\large\rm \color{blue}{2}=1(1.5)^\color{red}{0}\] both sides are equal ?? \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\) sole the right side .. is it equal to the left side ???

10 months ago
Nnesha:

solve*

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

Umm.... if im correct the answer is D

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

and sorry for causing trouble im just really not good at math

10 months ago
Nnesha:

the problem is not that u r good or bad when it comes to math the problem is you're not trying just guessing the answer

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

so its not D how i dont understand

10 months ago
Nnesha:

how it can be D that's what i don't get it. Btw you haven't answer my question

10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

Lemme see if I can simplify what she is saying.

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

what was ur question

10 months ago
Nnesha:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Nnesha \[\large\rm (\color{Red}{x} ,\color{blue}{y} ) \rightarrow (\color{red}{0},\color{blue}{2})\] \[\large\rm \color{blue}{f(x)}=1(1.5)^\color{red}{x}\]\[\large\rm \color{blue}{2}=1(1.5)^\color{red}{0}\] both sides are equal ?? \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\) 1(1.5)^0 is equal to what ?? is it equal to 2 ?

10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

Essentially you have the left and right part of the problem for each answer choice. 1*1.5^the left side of the problem 1*1.5^0=x After you find that what your going to want to do is see if the value of that is equal to any of the other right side of the problems. That said, what does 1*1.5^0 equal?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

1*1.5=1.5

10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

and what is 1.5^0?

10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

(HINT: Any number to the power of 0 is 1!)

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

1.5^0=1 so the answer would be 0,1 wow that was confusing but i get it

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

no ones been able to get me to understand math before but you just did so thanks

10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

Your very welcome :)

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

so who do i give best response to

10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

Anyone you want, I wouldn't have been able to help you without @Nnesha though =P

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

is it ok to post another question

10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

Yep, you'll have to close your current question first though

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

ok thx

10 months ago
Eiwoh2:

**This was apparently your first question? XD**