exponential equation


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exponential equation

[‚ek·spə′nen·chəl i′kwā·zhən]
(mathematics)
An equation containing e x (the Naperian base raised to a power) as a term.
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Estimations for the amount of cyclic softening by a pure exponential equation do not seem accurate in such cases.
The exponential equation was expected to show a better adjustment for the range of low velocities (Engel, 1999); however, for the tested models of current meter, the estimates were close to those obtained by the adjusted linear equation.
In order to find the number that would die using the discrete form of the exponential equation, the rate, r, is multiplied by the survival function times the number of assets in year zero.
From the obtained exponential equations it may be easily forecasted that the bending strength of concrete will decrease by approx.
Further observations can be found that the changes of the total attenuation with the HDPE-g-MAH content are well fitted by the exponential equation as follows.
aspersa raised on lettuce in petri dishes in the laboratory, weight can initially be approximated by an exponential equation.
The parameters for the USLE were fitted by two methods: (i) fitting an exponential equation to the soil loss--cover data (combining Eqns 2 and 4), and (ii) optimising the parameters K and bcov to minimise the sum of squares of errors (SSE) for measured and modelled average annual soil losses.
The shape of the curve was found to nearly perfectly follow the general exponential equation as expressed below.
This exponential equation is entered into the graphing calculator to produce the graph.
Considering equation (2), the result is an exponential equation of two variables (Catana, 2007).
The analysis of Eucalyptus wood gas was performed and the assessment of the relative error s and empirical calculations considered, the Exponential equation is the one that most effectively correlates the LHV and gasification temperature variables.