Exponential Formula

Exponential Formula

The Exponential Formula is f(x) = ax  . In many applications in the real world, an exponential function is a specific kind of mathematical function. It is mostly used to calculate exponential growth or decay or to estimate costs, populations of prototypes, and other things. In mathematics, there are many different types of functions, including one-to-one, many-to-one, bijective, polynomial, linear, trigonometric, signum, greatest integer, identical, quadratic, rational, algebraic, composite, cubic, onto, into, exponential, logarithmic, identity, modulus function, and so forth.

It is a known fact that viruses multiply to create new ones. After a period of time, their number increases and a pattern can be observed in the way they multiply and the time taken in that. This phenomenon can be easily explained by the use of the Exponential Formula.

Formula of Exponential

In order to construct an exponential function, determining the base and then applying the power property is important. The base is the number that will be repeatedly multiplied by itself to obtain the answer.

Similar techniques are used to solve linear and exponential functions. Same as with a linear function, it is a must to isolate the variable on one side of the equation before solving it for an exponential function.

Quantity increases over time through a process called exponential growth. This concept is also concerned with the Exponential Formula. It happens when the derivative, or instantaneous rate of change, of a quantity with respect to time is proportional to the original quantity. A quantity that is growing exponentially is referred to as an exponential function of time, meaning that the exponent is the variable that represents time.

The quantity decreases over time and is said to be experiencing exponential decay if the constant of proportionality is negative. It is also known as geometric growth or geometric decay when the discrete domain of definition has equal intervals because the function values form a geometric progression.

The equation for an exponentially growing variable x at a discrete growth rate (i.e., at integer multiples of 0, 1, 2, 3,…) over time t is

Display style xt =x0(1+r)t

where x0 represents what x was at time zero.

The development of a bacterial colony is frequently presented as an example. One bacterium divides into two, which then split into four, then eight, sixteen, thirty-two, and so forth. The amount of growth keeps growing, since it is inversely related to the growth of bacteria. Real-world activities or phenomena, such as the spread of virus infections, the growth of debt due to compound interest, and the dissemination of viral films, are observed to grow in this way. In actual situations, initial exponential development frequently does not continue indefinitely; rather, it gradually slows down due to upper limits brought on by outside influences and transforms into logistic growth.

Solved Example of Exponential Formula

To learn the uses of the Exponential Formula, it is necessary to practice questions related to it. Students should keep practising questions related to the Exponential Formula.

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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is the Exponential Formula?

The Exponential Formula is represented by the expression  f(x) = ax. Students need to keep revising the Exponential Formula to have a better understanding of it.

2. Where can students find solutions to problems posed on the basis of the Exponential Formula?

The Extramarks learning platform has accurate solutions to problems related to the Exponential Formula. These solutions are helpful in learning problems solving skills.