Geometric rate

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A geometric rate of growth occurs when a series increases in proportion to its current value, as in doubling per century in the case of Best New Conservative Words. Symbolically, this could be written as

Conservative Words Today = Original Conservative Words\times 2^{\frac{time}{100 years}}

where time is the amount of time since the OriginalConservativeWords were counted (perhaps the year 1600 as described in the above article).

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