Growth Rate

Growth rate may refer to:

  • Exponential growth, a growth rate classification
  • Compound annual growth rate or CAGR, a measure of financial growth
  • Economic growth, the increase in value of the goods and services produced by an economy
  • Growth rate (group theory), a property of a group in group theory
  • Population growth rate, change in population over time

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