exponential exponential


last updated: 2003-07-19

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The curve is the exponential of an exponential.

Its inverse is the logarithmic logarithm, e.g. y = ln (ln x).
This logarithmic logarithm is an approximation of the inverse prime summation.

The Gompertz curve 1) is a linear form of the exponential exponential.



1) the Gompertz relation has the form of: