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Exponential Functions in the center of a circle 9ft. in radius is a frog. it begins to jump in a straight line to the circumference of the circle. its first jump 4 ft. 6in., its second 2ft.3 in., and it continues to jump haft length of the preceeding jump. how many jumps does the frog make to get out of the circle? How can i do this exponential function for simple process?

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