Similar words: potential, sequential, essential, tangential, potentially, essentially, nonessential, deferential. Meaning: [‚ekspəʊ'nenʃl] n. a function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent. adj. of or involving exponents.

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1. 64 is an

*exponential*expression.2. The policy tried to check the

*exponential*growth of public expenditure.3. We are looking for

*exponential*growth in our investment.4. 4 is an

*exponential*expression.5. There has been an

*exponential*increase in the world population this century.6.

*Exponential*smoothing would again normally be used for short term forecasting, for periods up to six months ahead.7. This would produce

*exponential*curves, which do not fit the data, particularly in the first 3 months after radiotherapy.8. However[sentencedict.com], the fraction of light absorbed is an

*exponential*function of the pigment concentration in a leaf of a given thickness.9. Text messaging has experienced

*exponential*growth in the past year.10. Claude has suggested that there is an

*exponential*relationship between the number of tight junctional strands and transepithelial resistance.11.

*Exponential*shape transducer horn is adopted to linear speed.12. The reformer and ideologist Zheng Guanying was the

*exponential*.13. Im writing a book about trigonometric and

*exponential*functions.14. The frictional dissipation will introduce an

*exponential*decay.15. Computer technology has risen an

*exponential*curve.16. Tumors grow on an

*exponential*curve.17. Populations tend to grow at an

*exponential*rate.18. You may recognise this as an

*exponential*decay graph.18. Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find nice sentences for a large number of words.

19. Compared with the

*exponential*distribution, the unified velocity distribution of pipe flow is very reliable.20. Based on the analysis of HGMD, an

*exponential*decay of the size distributions of the small insertions and deletions is revealed in association with the number of nucleotides inserted or deleted.21. In this paper, the persistence and

*exponential*decay characteristics of wavelet coefficient are analyzed, a model parameter initialization method is proposed.22. This diversification has been shown to correspond closely to a simple

*exponential*growth model.23. Most market professionals agree that the tax-deferred funds are a major force behind the

*exponential*growth in stock prices.24. Possible models are a power of the intensity or its

*exponential*, where the radiometer is used to measure the intensity.25. If only passive properties determine the pressure elastic modulus, an

*exponential*increase would have been expected.26. The liquid emptying plots were all straight lines and were fitted to a single

*exponential*function by an iterative least squares method.27. The present paper deals with theoretical model of random sequence of

*exponential*attenuate acoustic pulses caused by ship propeller cavitation noise.28. First, this paper introduces the statistical inference for the

*exponential*distribution with two parameters type - I censoring.29. The equation shows that the magnetic induction intensity is a sinusoidal oscillation signal and its amplitude is a damped

*exponential*law.30. The testing results show that the core porosity, permeability, compressibility of low-permeability core are sensitive to confined pressure, and there are

*exponential*degression relation among them.More similar words: potential, sequential, essential, tangential, potentially, essentially, nonessential, deferential, credentials, inferential, influential, inessential, residential, consequential, preferential, confidential, deferentially, pestilential, presidential, essentiality, inconsequential, quintessential, existentialism, confidentiality, opponent, component, proponent, nonentity, substantial, substantially.