Q: Why does exponential growth show a characteristic j shaped curve?

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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.

You cannot. It has a characteristic bell-shaped curve but so does a Student's t with enough degrees of freedom. There are other distributions which, with suitable choice of parameters can be made to look very similar to the Normal curve.

it is shaped roughly like a bell... a bell curve.

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Unlimited resources

it is an exponential growth curve.

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

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

An exponential model has a j-shaped growth rate that increases dramatically over a period of time with unlimited resources. A logistic model of population growth has a s-shaped curve with limited resources leading to a slow growth rate.

That would be an exponential decay curve or negative growth 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,

You can write an exponential curve in the form:y = A e^(Bx) And also in the form: y = C D^x Where A, B, C, and D are constants, and "^" represents a power. Also, with exponential growth, the function will increase or decrease by the same factor in equal time intervals (for example, double every 1.3 years; triple every 2 months; etc.).

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population growth begins to slow down