Hi I'm doing some homework and I have the main question answered but this added one is hurting me. Let me give you the entirity of it... - For each company ABC and XYZ write an exponetial regression equation in the form of a X b^x (Thats A times B to the x), where x = number of yeats and why = EPS (Earnings per share). So I came up with a expreg using the data provided and got my answers of ABC y= (.31)(1.28)^x XYZ y= (.17)(1.17)^x Now What do the values of a and b represent in this context? If someone could throw me a bone that would be great. I'm just not really familar with stocks/investments, like I did the math portion of this but the applying this to investments is tough for me.