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Increasingly
Increasingly In*creas"ing*ly, adv. More and more.

Meaning of Increasing from wikipedia

- simply must not decrease. A function is called monotonically increasing (also increasing or non-decreasing), if for all x {\displaystyle x} and y {\displaystyle...
- Increase may refer to: Increase (given name) Increase (knitting), the creation of one or more new stitches Increase, Mississippi, a former name of a community...
- eight, 16, 32, and so on. The rate of increase keeps increasing because it is proportional to the ever-increasing number of bacteria. Growth like this...
- nonincreasing are often used in place of increasing and decreasing in order to avoid any possible confusion with strictly increasing and strictly decreasing, respectively...
- Increase Mather (June 21, 1639 Old Style  – August 23, 1723 Old Style) was an American Puritan clergyman in the M****achusetts Bay Colony and president...
- example would be a factory increasing its saleable product, but also increasing its CO2 production, for the same input increase. The law of diminishing returns...
- a longest increasing subsequence is 0, 2, 6, 9, 11, 15. This subsequence has length six; the input sequence has no seven-member increasing subsequences...
- experiencing decreasing returns will have increasing long-run average costs, and a firm experiencing increasing returns will have decreasing long-run average...
- Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access to Legal Education (IDIA) is a non-profit organisation working in India which aims to empower underprivileged...
- In mathematics, a sequence of positive real numbers s 1 , s 2 , . . . {\displaystyle \mathbf {s_{1},s_{2},...} } is called superincreasing if every element...
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