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# Power Functions with Any Exponent - Expii

A power function, in general, is just f(x) = c x^p for some constant c and some real number exponent p. (It may only be defined for positive values of x.) For example, the square root function f(x) = √x is a power function with p = 1/2. The larger p is, the quicker f(x) grows in the long run.