Is this the correct graph of e^{-0.63x}?

Yes

No

If so, is it:

An exponential growth function

An exponential decay function

It is not the correct graph

e^{-0.63x}

Plug in x= -2, e=2.718 to get e^{-0.63x}^{ }=3.53;

Plug in x= 1, e=2.718 to get e^{-0.63x}^{ }=0.53.

The points given on the graph correctly fit the equation. This is the correct graph.

Because r is negative, this is an exponential decay function.