### Practice C

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LESSON
12-2
Practice C
Exponential Functions
1. If a golf ball is dropped from a height of 25 feet, the function
x
§ 2·
f(x) 25 ¨
gives the height in feet of each bounce.
What will be the height of the golf ball on the 6th bounce?
Round to the nearest tenth of a foot.
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Tell whether each set of ordered pairs satisfies an exponential
½°
°­§ 3 · § 1 · § 1 ·
2. ®¨ 0, , ¨ 1,
, ¨ 2, , ( 3, 0 ) ¾ _______________________________________________________
¿°
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3. {(0, 3), (1, 7.5), (2, 18.75), (3, 46.875)} __________________________________________________
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4. {(3, 7.5), (6, 6), (9, 4.8), (12, 3.84)} ______________________________________________________
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Graph each exponential function.
5. y
3(2.5)
x
6. y
0.5(3.5)
x
The Mendez family bought two used cars: one domestic
and one foreign. The domestic car was purchased for
\$11,600. The foreign car was purchased for \$9700. The
functions in the table represent the value of each car x
years from now due to depreciation.
8. How much is each car worth 2 years from now?
7. y
§ 1·
2 ¨ ¸
x
Domestic
f (x) 11,600 (0.88)x
Car
Foreign
f (x) 9700 (0.93)x
Car
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9. In how many years will the foreign car be worth more than the domestic car? ______________
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7.
8. domestic: \$8983.04; foreign: \$8389.53
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9. 4 years
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Review for Mastery
Practice C
1. 2.2 feet
1. yes
2. no
2. no, as the x-values increase by 1,
the y-values are not multiplied by a
constant amount.
3. yes
4. 1.6 feet
3. yes, as the x-values increase by 1,
the y-values are multiplied by 2.5.
x
5. |1601
6.
2
4. yes, as the x-values increase by 3,
the y-values are multiplied by 0.8.
1
0
5.
y
y
y
y
4(0.5)x
y
4(0.5)
2
16
4(0.5)
1
8
4(0.5)
0
4
1
2
1
y
4(0.5)
x
y
2(5)x
6.
7.
1
0
1
2
y
y
y
y
y
1
0.4
2(5)
0
2
2(5)
1
10
2(5)
2
50
2(5)
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