
Definition of Exponential curve
1. Noun. A graph of an exponential function.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Exponential Curve
Literary usage of Exponential curve
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Analytic Geometry by Wallace Alvin Wilson, Joshua Irving Tracey (1915)
"The exponential curve. — This is defined by the exponential equation _ where 6
is any positive constant. The quantity b is called the base. ..."
2. Graphical and Mechanical Computation by Joseph Lipka (1918)
"The logarithmic or exponential curve, log y = a + bx + c*8 or y = ae"" + "xl.
—These equations are modifications of the logarithmic form log y = a + bx and ..."
3. Practical Least Squares by Ora Miner Leland (1921)
"Example: exponential curve. The following observations are plotted in Fig.
35, and an exponential curve seems reasonable to assume. ..."
4. An Elementary Treatise on the Differential Calculus Founded on the Method of by John Minot Rice, William Woolsey Johnson (1877)
"The Logarithmic or exponential curve. 286. The curve defined by the equation is
called the exponential curve ; and, since the equation can be written in the ..."
5. Engineering Mathematics: A Series of Lectures Delivered at Union College by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1917)
"As result hereof, the exponential curve with negative exponent vanishes, that is,
... 75, in which are shown superimposed the exponential curve, y—e~x, ..."
6. An Elementary Treatise on the Differential Calculus: Founded on the Method by William Woolsey Johnson (1904)
"Io, is called the exponential curve, and is the same as the logarithmic curve in
another ... Hence the IG' IO° exponential curve is the curve in which the ..."
7. Analytic Geometry by Maria M. Roberts, Julia Trueman Colpitts (1918)
"The exponential curve y = a*, where a is, a positive constant. In the following
discussion, a will be taken as greater than 1. A similar discussion would ..."