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A curve

Moore's Law states essentially the exponential nature of the curve existing between transistor count in a single chip and passed time in years. Although in most websites and sources, the curve shown is straight with transistor # being in the Y axis, it must be observed, Moore stated that the curve is exponential. Thus the graphs, if linear are logarithmic curves, as a log graph for an exponential curve is linear in nature. So instead of transistor nos (x) , we use ln(x)

Absolute growth rate(agr) curve enables us to express the growth of organisms in terms f growth rate. In most organism, agr increases steadily until reaches a maximum and then, gradually falls. Agr is a bell-shaped curve.

The graph of a linear function is a line with a constant slope. The graph of an exponential function is a curve with a non-constant slope. The slope of a given curve at a specified point is the derivative evaluated at that point.

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it is an exponential growth curve.

what letter is used to refer to the characteristic shape of the logistic growth curve

That would be an exponential decay curve or negative growth curve.

A curve

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The bacterial growth curve is usually exponential in shape just like most of the living organism.

exponential curve is when the unlimited source occur and mortility rate is lower, the individual in a population increase vigorously, no competition,

Unlimited resources

exponential (<-----Apex)

The classic "S" shaped curve that is characteristic of logistic growth.