Xin: The

exponential function rational expansion method and exact solutions to nonlinear lattice equations system, Appl.

In contrast, in the present study the on- and off-transient phases were symmetrical, once they were adequately fitted by a single

exponential function, compared to the double exponential one, and no slow component for the V[O.

However, it is evident that there are disciplines--cosmology, embryology, information science, and others, all of which will be of great significance in the coming decades--that are poorly described by the

exponential function.

0] from the approximation

exponential function given in the second section showing that [N.

The route derived from the less permissive

exponential function was much longer (21.

For the

exponential function we will proceed indirectly by instead approximating [psi](t) = 1 - [e.

The

exponential function is adopted here to develop the in-process surface roughness model are proposed here as:

Second, the initial value of the

exponential function, [K.

The exponential growth of the literature is described mathematically by the

exponential function YT =a.

Energy is used at a rate proportional to speed (actually, for the technically minded, some

exponential function of speed is more correct).

0]) is the nabla

exponential function on a time scale (see [7, 10]).

For every fixed element ([xi], p) [member of] N, we define the

exponential function exp(([xi], p)) on N' by

2003) fit a negative

exponential function to survey data of walking distance to transit stops.

Bartlett, a retired physics professor from the University of Colorado at Boulder, will demonstrate the ease of understanding the

exponential function.

We have to be able to understand the

exponential function of what it will take to care for 8 billion people on the planet by 2025, up from 6.