What Is Standard Form for Exponential Equations?


There are two ways to write the standard form for an exponential equation. The first method is y=A*b^(kx). The second method is y=b^(kx+c).
Q&A Related to "What Is Standard Form for Exponential Equations"
Exponential form Exponential notation can be seen as just a way to write
1. Write the exponent with superscript. Superscript is a form of type or writing where the number in superscript is slightly smaller and raised higher than the rest of the text. The
exponential form: 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 2^5. standard form: 2^5 = 32.
700'000'000'000=7 X 10^11. 7E11 is also accepted.
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