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log·a·rith·mic phase

exponential, a period in the course of growth of a bacterial culture in which maximal multiplication is occurring by geometric progression; thus, if the logarithms of their numbers are plotted against time, they will form a straight upward line.
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In this study, we analytically showed that the logarithmic average sales of firms first follow a power-law growth and subsequently an exponential growth, if the growth-rate distributions of the sales obey the extended-Gibrat's property and Gibrat's law.
This article explores the social and technological effect termed exponential growth, contemplates how it affects military systems and technological strategy, and considers a number of related problems in aligning technological strategy with an exponentially growing technology base.
And exponential growth has its price: A country fixated on it can easily lose sight of other priorities.
The twofold goal of this study was to explore how available cognitive tools can (a) deepen teachers' understandings of linear and exponential growth through ICT-based representations, and (b) provide for students' learning from the same technology-based representations.
'Because of exponential growth of cat populations, each female cat can be responsible for up to 50 million descendants in an average 10-year lifetime.'
"Additionally, our leadership ranks will significantly benefit with the addition of other Hispanic leaders who will help us to accurately reflect and support the goals of this dynamically growing group." Al Gutierrez, president of the WHCC and vice president, CB Richard Ellis, explained that the partnership would "make it possible to deliver programs and services to a business sector that is experiencing exponential growth. By leveraging each other's resources, we are going to create a powerful platform for the Hispanic business community, one neither organization would be able to create alone," he said.
Even with exponential growth in the idiom, there are still few places where one can train in aerial dance.
Dad's doubling scheme relies on something called exponential growth. It's like rolling a snowball downhill.
BSNL, the leading telecommunications operator in India, is currently diversifying its network to address the exponential growth in demand that is being fueled by the increased use of data and Internet in the country.
In this respect salons merely reflected the changes in the new political institutions of the public sphere, the shifts in regime, and the exponential growth of partisanship in representative politics.
MAL noted that bariatric surgical nursing is an increasing favorite area of nursing and allied healthcare specialization and that there has been an exponential growth in the number of bariatric surgical procedures, including gastric surgery and banding, due to patient demand and the recognition that surgical intervention is the most effective treatment for morbid obesity.

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