Here we multiply by 1.25 to get each new x. As you will see this runs us out of room on our graph rather early since each step is 25% larger than the one before. This idea of multiplying to get the next x is not new. It is the principle by which logarithmic graphs are laid out. For these graphs the multiplier might be ten and the horizontal scale adjusted so that equal increments on the page might represent values of 1, 10, 100, 1000 etc. Run the Next x by Multiplying display.