modified exponential curve

modified exponential curve

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(statistics)
The equation resulting when a constant is added to the exponential curve equation; used to estimate trend in a nonlinear time series.
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Modified Exponential Curve: The form of the modified exponential curve is
The housing unit method indicated 118,722, the modified exponential curve indicated 122,857, and the logistic curve indicated 136,815.
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