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**Forgetting curve - Wikipedia**

reating what is now known as the "forgetting curve".[4] Ebbinghaus investigated the rate of forgetting, but not the effect of spaced repetition on the increase in retrievability of memories[5]. <span>Ebbinghaus's publication also included an equation to approximate his forgetting curve [6]: b = 100 k c log ( t ) + k {\displaystyle b={\frac {100k}{c\log(t)+k}}} Here, b {\displaystyle b} represents 'Savings' expressed as a percentage, and t {\displaystyle t} represents time in minutes. Savings is defined as the relative amount of time saved on

reating what is now known as the "forgetting curve".[4] Ebbinghaus investigated the rate of forgetting, but not the effect of spaced repetition on the increase in retrievability of memories[5]. <span>Ebbinghaus's publication also included an equation to approximate his forgetting curve [6]: b = 100 k c log ( t ) + k {\displaystyle b={\frac {100k}{c\log(t)+k}}} Here, b {\displaystyle b} represents 'Savings' expressed as a percentage, and t {\displaystyle t} represents time in minutes. Savings is defined as the relative amount of time saved on

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