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Sigmoid Curve

A curve that records different percentiles for height and weight over an extended period of time.

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I believe the sigmoid curve is relevant to what we were discussing in class this week because of its explanation on steady growth. The sigmoid curve is a recording and measurement of a average persons height and weight from exponential growth to... more »I believe the sigmoid curve is relevant to what we were discussing in class this week because of its explanation on steady growth. The sigmoid curve is a recording and measurement of a average persons height and weight from exponential growth to the plateau stage. There are also different percentiles that individuals are placed within. 09-08-2017 9:21pm

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Comment by Genesis Bassey

I think this video was appropriate to what we discussed in class because it talks about the growth of a person within the population. A question that comes to mind is how is it that in the transition phase, people grow slow but still with a high growth rate? 09-10-2017 9:21pm

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