# How do you graph #y=1.1(0.1)^x#?

##### 1 Answer

#### Answer:

Note that the graph is exponentially decaying and find some points through which it goes, to find that it is very steep for negative values of

#### Explanation:

This graph is very steep for negative values of

graph{1.1*(0.1)^x [-5.23, 4.77, -0.95, 4.05]}

Note that reversing the sign of

graph{1.1*(10)^x [-5.23, 4.77, -0.95, 4.05]}

For practical purposes, it is often more useful to graph the common logarithm of the function instead,

graph{log(1.1(0.1)^x) [-2, 3, -1.12, 1.38]}

Graphing the