I just wonder can we call 2^x+x an exponential function or not?

Braylon Lester 2022-07-22 Answered
I just wonder can we call 2 x + x an exponential function or not?
With the same way of thinking is log 2 ( x ) + x a logarithmic?
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thenurssoullu
Answered 2022-07-23 Author has 13 answers
The proper way si to say that 2 x + x is the sum of an exponential and a linear function and similarly for log 2 x + x

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