Graphical demonstration of how a specific quantity escalates over time. Used in statistics, it identifies the type of growth pattern of the quantity, whether linear, cubic, or exponential. Once determined, a business can make a mathematical model to forecast future sales. A country’s population over time is one example of a growth curve.
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