Science:Math Exam Resources/Courses/MATH100/December 2015/Question 10 (b)
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Question 10 (b) 

Let . (b) Find the xintercepts and yintercepts of the function. 
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intercepts are the points where . intercept is the point where . 
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intercept:
Note that the exponential function is always positive thus never becomes 0. intercepts:
