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Q: Categorize the graph as linear increasing linear decreasing exponential growth or exponential decay.?

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Cubic Growth is x^a, a being some constant, while exponential growth is a^x. Exponential growth ends up growing MUCH faster than cubic growth.

Reverend Thomas Malthus developed the concept of Exponential Growth (another name for this is Malthusian growth model.) However the mathematical Exponent function was already know, but not applied to population growth and growth constraints. Exponential Decay is a natural extension of Exponential Growth

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

Exponential growth has a growth/decay factor (or percentage decimal) greater than 1. Decay has a decay factor less than 1.

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when there is no competition When there are unlimited resources- Apex Exponential growth can happen anytime when the rate of the growth is increasing along with an increase in growth.

when there is no competition When there are unlimited resources- Apex Exponential growth can happen anytime when the rate of the growth is increasing along with an increase in growth.

when there is no competition When there are unlimited resources- Apex Exponential growth can happen anytime when the rate of the growth is increasing along with an increase in growth.

Exponential Growth is when the growth rate of a mathematical function is proportional to the function's current value. Exponential growth is when an animal or whatever object increasing at an increasing rate. For example 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 etc. This is exponential growth because it is multiple by a consistent number, or two. The key part is that is it multipled not added which would be lineal growth.

If the graph, from left to right, is going upwards, with an increasing gradient (slope) then it is undergoing growth. If it is going downwards, with a decreasing gradient (slope) then it is undergoing decay.

France. It's not increasing but it's not decreasing.

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