On The Double II

A doubling time is the amount of time, assuming constant growth, it takes for a quantity to double. Researchers often calculate this figure for population growth in cells, animals, and humans.

Viruses, and viral cases, can double in time. (Image: NIAID’s Rocky Mountain Laboratories (RML) in Hamilton, Montana)

How should we think about exponential growth? Exponential growth means something increases in relation to its current value…

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This blog looks at the use of statistics in Britain and beyond. It is written by RSS Statistical Ambassador and Chartered Statistician @anthonybmasters.

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