Describe a business, scientific or economic situation, Mathematics

a. Write an exponential function that could model the information in this graph.  

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b. Describe a business, scientific (not mathematical), or economic situation for what this graph might represent. Include how the different mathematical aspects of the graph affect the situation.

c. How will the graph and situation change when you change the base of this exponential function?

d. Describe the conditions under which the function represents a growth or decay situation.

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