What happens to the \(y=a^x\) graph when \(a<0\)?

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TopNewestThe exponential function is not defined for negative reals as the base as the function will then not be defined for all real x. As an explicit example \({ (-2) }^{ \frac { 1 }{ 2 } }\) will not come under the set of real numbers.

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