When a quantity grows towards a singularity under a finite variation (a "finite-time singularity") it is said to undergo **hyperbolic growth**. More precisely, the reciprocal function has a hyperbola as a graph, and has a singularity at 0, meaning that the limit as is infinity: any similar graph is said to exhibit hyperbolic growth.

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