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Exponentional decay and growth proportional to size
Author:
CorFortgens
Growth proportional to size (here with positive n):
n=1: Increase after each year with 100%. After 1 year 2,00 times as much.
n=2: Increase after each 1/2 year with 50%. After 1 year 2,25 times as much.
n=4: Increase after each 1/4 year with 25%. After 1 year 2,44 times as much.
n=100: Increase after each 1/100 year with 1%. After 1 year 2,70 times as much.
n=infinity: Increase after 1 year by e times as much.
Decay proportional to size (here with negative n):
n=1: Decrease after each year by 50%. After 1 year 0,5 times as much.
n=2: Decrease with each 1/2 year by 25%. After 1 year 0.44 times as much.
n=infinity: Decrease after 1 year (1/e) times as much.
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