Definition for exponential

adjective as in rapid change

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Example Sentences

Meanwhile, the world has watched the exponential growth of wealth inequality and fossil-fuel-driven climate change.

To figure this out, some solvers fit exponential models directly to the data.

As group size grows, 4VA concentration shoots up, potentially broadcasting a larger signal and contributing to the exponential growth of swarms.

Scientists often describe trends that increase very dramatically as being exponential.

If everything goes to plan it may not be long before an army of robot scientists catapults us into a new age of exponential progress.

They started fast, grew at an almost exponential rate and then slowed, she wrote.

The numbers are still small, but the growth has been exponential since the first atheist church service was held in January.

Yet the exponential decline in the cost means that the threat posed by the fabrication of lethal bio-pathogens is rising.

This trend will only make more sense as the exponential cost drop continues.

It has annual revenues exceeding $6 billion, an exponential improvement from the 1990s.

It multiplies and surges to its fulfillment at an exponential rate.

He pioneered the standard exponential notation for cubes and higher powers of numbers.

The inevitable outcome is an exponential explosion in computing and networking power.

The energy it would receive from the Sun as it approached, an exponential curve.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exponential, such as: aggressive, epidemic, ascending, augmented, expanding, and growing.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.