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- Exponential Decay, multiplying by \(\dfrac{1}{3}\)
- Exponential Growth, mulitiplying by \(1.1\)
- Exponential Growth, multiplying by \(8\)
- Exponential Decay, multiplying by \(\dfrac{1}{5}\)
- Exponential Growth, multiplying by \(3.5\)
- Given the general function \(f(x) = ar^x\), where r is the multiplier. If \(r >1\) then it is growth. If \(0<r<1\) then it is decay.
- Exponential will grow faster.

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