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Exponential

**decay**is the decrease in a quantity N according to the law N(t)=N_0e^(-lambdat) (1) for a parameter t and constant lambda (known as the**decay**constant), where e^x ...A slightly archaic term for a computer-generated random number. The prefix pseudo- is used to distinguish this type of number from a "truly" random number generated by a ...

Probability and Statistics

Exponential growth is the increase in a quantity N according to the law N(t)=N_0e^(lambdat) (1) for a parameter t and constant lambda (the analog of the

**decay**constant), ...int_0^inftye^(-omegaT)cos(omegat)domega=T/(t^2+T^2), which can be computed using integration by parts.

The curve y=1-e^(ax), illustrated above.

A function is called locally integrable if, around every point in the domain, there is a neighborhood on which the function is integrable. The space of locally integrable ...

The integer sequence beginning with a single digit in which the next term is obtained by describing the previous term. Starting with 1, the sequence would be defined by "1, ...

The parameter r in the exponential equation of population growth N(t)=N_0e^(rt), where N_0 is the initial population size (at t=0) and t is the elapsed time.

The symbol tau (the lower case Greek letter tau) has many common uses in mathematics, as summarized in the following table. 1. tau(n) is an alternate notation for the divisor ...

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