EXPONENTIAL GRAPH : y = ae^x
THe equation of the graph is a (e^ (bx)) +c
If b=0, the graph would be a horizontal line and intersect the y intercept at a+c
if b<0, the graph would have a decreasing gradient.
if b>0, the graph would have a increasing gradient.
The value of a would affect the position of the graph:
if a>0, the graph would be above the x axis and y intercept at a+c
if a<0, the graph would be below the x axis and y intercept at a+c
Note: For exponential graphs, c is NOT the y intercept.