what are the domain and range of an exponential parent function

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Answer: OPTION CStep-by-step explanation: An exponential parent function is the simplest form of the exponential function. This is: [tex]y=b^{x}[/tex] By definition, you have: - The values of y are positive for all values of x. - As x increases, the values of y increases too with no bounds. - As x decreases, the values of y approaches zero. Therefore, the domain is all real numbers and the range is all positive numbers and never zero. The answer is the option C.