To write exponential functions for word problems, identify the initial value and growth or decay factor. Use the form \( f(x) = a \cdot b^x \), where \( a \) is the initial value and \( b \) is the growth or decay rate. This approach helps model real-life scenarios involving exponential change. A write exponential functions for word problems worksheet offers practice, while a write exponential functions for word problems pdf provides a downloadable guide.

Algebra 2

Exponential Functions