Exponential error

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The graph illustrates how an exponential growth surpasses both linear and cubic growths. Notice how quickly and substantially an error can be compounded over time.

Exponential error is an idea expressing how a very small error can compound itself over time. It can be characterized as the exponential growth of an error or the application of exponential growth in terms of an error.

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