In this lesson, we are introduced to exponential functions and learn about their main constraints and characteristics, such as domain, range, and x and y intercepts. We also learn about graph transformations, including shifts in the x and y directions and reflection about the x and y-axis, that can be applied to exponential functions. By the end of the lesson, we have a better understanding of how to identify and manipulate exponential functions, and how to graph them accordingly.
Overview of exponential graphs
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