If a flowering tree is cared for properly, the number of blossoms produced on the tree will exponentially increase until the tree reaches maturity. which graph could show y, the number of blossoms expected on a flowering tree, for each year after the young tree is planted, x?
Exponential increase will be a graph that increase all throughout and the rate of increase "increases" with age.We can rule out first graph because if you draw smooth curve along the dots, it shows increase, then decrease.We can rule out third graph because it is increasing BUT not exponentially, rather, at a constant rate.We can rule out fourth graph because it is decreasing (exponentially).
The 2nd graph is correct because it shown "increase" as well as "exponential" increase (the rate of increase increases).
Your answer is going to be the second graph