# Finding equations that represent exponential functions

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Write an equation using the following information:

Each represents an exponential function with base 2 or 3 translated and/or reflected

1) (-3,0), (-2,1), (0,7)

Equation of horizontal asymptote: y=-1

2) (-1,3), (0,4), (-3,-3)

Equation of horizontal asymptote: y=5

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##### Solution Summary

The given points, together with the equations of the horizontal asymptotes, are used to determine properties of the equations that represent exponential functions whose graphs pass through those points. The actual equations are derived from those properties.

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