“It’s doubling the bet across the region.
Telescope area is doubling every 25 years.
When the doubling time is low, the virus spreads more quickly.
Before the March lockdown, the doubling time in the UK was about 3 days.
It was now dusk, which was doubling for dawn.
On Sunday, the rate of hospitalizations was doubling every two days.
At the start of lockdown prevalence was doubling about every three to four days.
On Sunday, for example, the state’s projections showed hospitalizations doubling every two days.
He said: “The challenge therefore is to make sure the doubling time does not stay at seven days.”
Using data from The New York Times, they found that deaths were doubling every three days in March.
(With more data, some researchers have estimated R0 closer to 5.7, with a doubling about every 3 days.)
The reduction in doubling time is an indicator that the window for proactive intervention is very small.
Doubling that score would make it suitable for me, and doubling it again would satisfy a gamer.
By doubling transistor density, individual chips got smaller, allowing more of them to be printed on a silicon wafer.
It took only 100 years to achieve the next doubling, bringing the total to 2 billion by 1930; and only 45 years to achieve yet another doubling, to 4 billion by 1975.
Thus in a population growing 3 percent annually (doubling in about 23.1 years), it is likely that the urban growth rate is at least 6 percent annually (doubling in about 11.6 years).
The fastest rate color shows when cases are doubling in fewer than three days, while the slowest rate color shows when cases are doubling much more slowly, once every 30 days or longer.
And, so, the situation that you get is you cannot use any exponential system because essentially then everybody is going to be dead, because things just keep doubling, doubling, and doubling.
Some countries, and many business organisations, made commendable commitments to advance the SE4All goals, which comprise delivering universal access to energy, doubling the rate of improvement in energy intensity (energy used per unit of output) and doubling the share of renewables in energy consumption by 2030.
The composer of the 18th century was likely to use the orchestral instruments at least part of the time in the following manner: the flutes doubling the same part as the first violins (frequently the melody); the oboes doubling the second violins or the first violins in octaves; the clarinets (by the end of the century) doubling the violas; and the bassoons doubling the violoncellos and double basses.
- increase by a factor of two
Example: doubling with a computer took no time at all
- raising the stakes in a card game by a factor of 2
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The composer of the 18th century was likely to use the orchestral instruments at least part of the time in the following manner the flutes doubling the same part as the first violins frequently the melody the oboes doubling the second violins or the first violins in octaves the clarinets by the end of the century doubling the violas and the bassoons doubling the violoncellos and double basses