Laffer Curve and Rolle Theorem. Disclosure 23
Laffer Curve is originally known as an algebraic explanation of the relationship between taxation and levying exposed in 1974 and highly topical is actually the application of one of the three supposes of the Theorem, formuled in 1961 by Michel Rolle and can be applied in biological processes.
Essentially if a function starts by increasing, will need to decrease to restablish the initial value and between the increase and the decrease there is a point where the value is maximum and in this point the effect of the trigger vanishes and its increase, instead of increasing its value, causes the decrease to the initial point. The same succeeds when the function starts by decreasing by effect of the trigger.
The Rolle Theorem has several applications in biological sciences and in biotechnology, fact that prompted us to celebrate the 292 anniversary of his death (08 november 1719) with a series of explanations in Disclosure applying algebra to the explanation of biological phenomenons (bacterial growth in tissues, mycotoxins production, relationships between the weight of some organs and body weight, evolution of species and more that we have presented in previous blogs.)