# How do you graph f(x) = 3^(x+1)?

Sep 15, 2017

By trying different values...

#### Explanation:

If x is 0, then your equation will yield $y = {3}^{1} = 3$

If x is 1, your equation will yield $y = {3}^{2} = 9$

If x is 2, your equation will yield $y = {3}^{3} = 27$

etc. You can graph now:

graph{3^(x+1) [-13, 7, -1.4, 8.6]}