Determine the relationship described in each table.
For the first table, the y-values are not equally spaced and the ratios of y are not the same, but by plotting them and observing the graph that results, it looks like the points lie on an exponential curve. The second table is linear because when x changes by 1, y changes by 4. The third table is a quadratic model because even if the first differences of y are not the same, the second differences of y have the same value of 8. The fourth table is exponential because the ratio of y-values is 2, which is the same between each set of numbers.