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This period is commonly known as the log phase, because it is a mathematical

consequence of the exponential formula, that the logarithm of the size appears as

a straight line when it is plotted as a

This period is commonly known as the log phase, because it is a mathematical

consequence of the exponential formula, that the logarithm of the size appears as

a straight line when it is plotted as a

**graph**against the time. This has been done ...Page 98

... situation, if one is willing to use a little imagination, and does not demand too

much logical precision. Everyone knows that one of the standard mathematical

ways to express a relation between two things, x and y, is to make a

them.

... situation, if one is willing to use a little imagination, and does not demand too

much logical precision. Everyone knows that one of the standard mathematical

ways to express a relation between two things, x and y, is to make a

**graph**ofthem.

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To determine the likely level of personal incomes in the future in various

countries of the world they draw the best straight line through the points in the

incomes against growth

assumption is ...

To determine the likely level of personal incomes in the future in various

countries of the world they draw the best straight line through the points in the

incomes against growth

**graph**and extrapolate this line into the future. Theassumption is ...

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