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##### Modeling Exponential Growth Activity Using Technology: A Research with Bachelor of Business Administration Students

**Authors:**
V. Vargas-Alejo,
L. E. Montero-Moguel

**Abstract:**

**Keywords:**
Covariation reasoning,
exponential function,
modeling,
representations.

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