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exponential División en sílabas: ex·po·nen·tial
Pronunciación: /ˌekspəˈnen(t)SH(ə)l/

Definición de exponential en inglés:

adjetivo

Mathematics
1Of or expressed by a mathematical exponent: an exponential curve
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Those of you familiar with the mathematics of an exponential curve will note, however, that it is one of diminishing returns.
  • Just as the forward function resembles the exponential curve, the inverse function appears similar to the logarithm.
  • Napier also found exponential expressions for trigonometric functions, and introduced the decimal notation for fractions.
1.1(Of an increase) becoming more and more rapid: the social security budget was rising at an exponential rate
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • As you'll soon learn, an exponential increase in strength and effectiveness is best met with restraint and caution, not bloodlust.
  • Well, unfortunately the models produce linear warming with exponential increases in carbon dioxide.
  • This led to an exponential increase in the number of troops based in the area.

Origen

Early 18th century: from French exponentiel, from Latin exponere 'put out' (see expound).

Palabras que riman con exponential

cadential, confidential, consequential, credential, deferential, differential, essential, evidential, existential, experiential, influential, intelligential, irreverential, jurisprudential, penitential, pestilential, potential, preferential, presidential, providential, prudential, quintessential, referential, residential, reverential, sapiential, sciential, sentential, sequential, tangential, torrential

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