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Question: Describe and translate between graphical, tabular, written and symbolic representations of exponential and logarithmic relationships
Answer: Exponential and Logarithmic relationships can be shown in four different ways. These are symbolic, graphical, written, and tabular.

Symbolic Symbolic is the fancy word for equation form. General exponential form looks like y=a(b)^{(x/c)}+d. A stands for the starting point, and is also the yintercept. B stands for the common ratio. C stands for the it takes to change by the common ratio. Finally D stands for the change in the Horizontal Asymptote. The general logarithmic form looks like this y=log_{b}(x). If the base which is repersented by B is not stated it is asumed that it is 10.
Ex/ y=4(2)^{(x/3)}+1 and y=log_{10}(x)

Graphical Graphical is the method of showing it in graph form. A graph can be derived from both of the Symbolic versions of the exponential and logarithmic equations.
Ex/ > y=4(2)^{(x/3)}+1 > y=log_{10}(x)

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