In Physics, it is very difficult to understand the exponential **and the non-exponential behavior of functions.** Those who have studied in this field will never understand these concepts because they have a limited understanding of mathematics. This article will focus on explaining the exponential and the non-exponentially behavior of exponential functions.

The exponential functions are the first form of non-decreasing functions which starts as a value and gets bigger in its value as it goes through time. The most famous example of this kind of function is the exponential law which states that the amount of change in a system will continue to get larger as time passes. For those who are familiar with physics, exponential functions can be found everywhere such as the molecules, atoms or light. The atoms or molecules are subject to the law of thermodynamics, which states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed. This means that the rate of energy increase or decrease will be exactly the same for all the different kinds of entities.

The second form of non-decreasing function is the exponentially decaying function. The behavior here is that over a period of time the system will tend to decay exponentially. For example, if the system has a mass and you want to know what the value of the system is after a certain time, all you have to do is divide the mass into smaller parts and then observe how much time it took for the system to decrease by one percent. This can be illustrated by the simplex. An economy with one unit of currency will depreciate if you try to convert it to another unit of currency, and it will increase as you try to convert it back.

The final form of the exponential function is the cumulative** exponential function.** This is the strongest form of exponential function in the real world. Here, an increasing number of factors all add up to make a difference in the system. For example, when the government prints more money, the economy will grow.

As the number of factors grows, the behavior of the system also changes. It gets into what is called “covarian chaos.” In this case, the chaotic behavior does not last for very long and is usually short-lived. What occurs is that there are just too many things that need to be done at the same time, and it is impossible for people to get their act together. Eventually, the system breaks down.

There are some things you can do to avoid bad **exponential functions.** One thing is to make sure that if the system is doing anything that might cause it to behave chaotically, you do not do it. Another thing is to make sure that you do not take actions which may increase its size exponentially. Finally, if you are going to use exponential functions, make sure that you understand their behavior completely before using them in any kind of situation where chaos could result.

## End Behavior of Exponential Functions

The concept of exponential functions was introduced by mathematician Arithmetic Say in 18BE. He showed that if one variable is multiplied by the other, the result is always a constant factor greater than the initial value. According to him, the values of the exponential function can be written as follows: f(x) = x(I) + f(y) = y(I) + f(z) = x(I) + z). Say’s original formulation also implied that the value of f(z) could be linearly compared with the value of x(I), thus making it equivalent to a positive exponential function.

Thus, Say’s formula is used extensively in mathematics and the resulting exponential function is called the exponential function of end behavior. A more accurate name for this is the geometric series or graph of end behavior. In this form of analysis, the end behavior of a set of points (intervals) on the x-axis are plotted against their corresponding x-axis values. This series can be used to identify the end behavior of exponential functions, although the geometric series can also be used in other domains such as real numbers or real time series. Mathematicians refer to the geometric series as the parabola, while psychologists refer to the parabolic parabola.

The end behavior of exponential functions has great importance in engineering and other fields. Engineers use the series to identify problems in complicated manufacturing processes. Behavioral scientists use the parabola or parabolic equation to study human behavior. Physicists also find uses for the parabola in their studies of the atom and the universe.