Kenneth S. answered • 05/22/18

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attempting to substitute (0,0) into y=ab

^{x}cannot succeed;**a**would have to be zero!Let's ignore (0,0). Then substituting the other two stated points into the equation gives us:

7882.96 = ab

567554 = ab

^{71.}You can divide the latter equation by the former, and thus get an equation for b

^{70}and thus you could find b, and then that would enable you to find a.