Look up: Exponential

1. exponential
[adj] - of or involving exponents 2. [n] - a function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent
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2. exponential
one type of mathematical curve. If you move towards a target at a constant speed, the target seems to be speeding up the closer you get to it - this apparent acceleration is exponential.
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3. Exponential
Ex`po·nen'tial adjective [ Confer French exponentiel .] Pertaining to exponents; involving variable exponents; as, an exponential expression; exponential calculus; an exponential function. Exponential curve , a ...
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4. exponential
Pertaining to exponents; involving variable exponents; as, an exponential expression; exponential calculus; an exponential function. Exponential curve, a curve whose nature is defined by means of an exponential equation. Exponential equation, an equation which contains an exponential quantity, or in...
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5. exponential
adjective of or involving exponents; `exponential growth`
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6. exponential
exponential function noun a function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent
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7. Exponential
• (a.) Pertaining to exponents; involving variable exponents; as, an exponential expression; exponential calculus; an exponential function.
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8. exponential
exponential 1. Rapidly becoming greater in size: 'There is an exponential increase in killings in Iraq.' 2. A description of a mathematical entity; such as, a curve, a function, an equation, or a series that contains, is expressed as, or involves numbers or quantities raised to an exponent.
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9. exponential
(programming) (Or 'characteristic') The part of a floating-point number specifying the power of ten by which the mantissa should be multiplied. In the common notation, e.g. 3.1E8, the exponent is 8. (1995-02-27)
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10. exponential
Who has not be amazed to learn that the function y = ex, like a phoenix rising again from its own ashes, is its own derivative? —Francois le Lionnais Anything that grows at a rate proportional to its size is said to grow exponentially. The simplest form of the exponentia...
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11. exponential
In mathematics, descriptive of a function in which the variable quantity is an exponent (a number indicating the power to which another number or expression is raised). Exponential functions and series involve the constant e = 2.71828.... . Scottish mathematician John Napier devised natural logarith...
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12. Exponential
increasing or reducing at a faster and faster rate.
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13. exponential
1) Mathematical notation
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