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- If the equation of an exponential function is given by $y=a(b)^x$, what does $b$ represent?

- If an exponential function is given by $y=b^x$, which of the following values of $b$ is not permissible?

- One notable characteristic of the graph of an exponential function is that $\cdots\cdots$

- The equation $y=2(0.5)^x$ represents $\cdots\cdots$

- The equation $y=0.5(2)^x$ represents $\cdots\cdots$

- If the function $y=b^x$ is increasing, then its horizontal asymptote is $\cdots\cdots$

- What is the $y$ intercept of the exponential function $y=a(b)^x$?

- Find the equation of an exponential function $y=a(3)^x$ if it contains the point $(1,-3)$.

- Which of the following functions is NOT exponential?

- Which of the following exponential functions is always increasing?