Definition of Exponents

1. Noun. (plural of exponent) ¹



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Definition of Exponents

1. exponent [n] - See also: exponent

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exponents

exponential functions
exponential growth
exponential growths
exponential object
exponential return
exponential series
exponentiality
exponentially
exponentials
exponentiate
exponentiated
exponentiates
exponentiating
exponentiation
exponentiations
exponents (current term)
expontaneous
export
export credit
export duty
export subsidies
export subsidy
exportabilities
exportability
exportable
exportation
exportations
exported
exporter
exporters

Literary usage of Exponents

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1. A Scrap-book of Elementary Mathematics: Notes, Recreations, Essays by William Frank White (1908)
"The definition of exponent found in the elementary algebras is sufficient for the case to which it is applied -—the case in which the exponents are ..."

2. The Teaching of Mathematics in the Elementary and the Secondary School by Jacob William Albert Young (1906)
"They are definitions which we are led to set up in the particular form which is customary, by the desire so to define these new types of exponents that the ..."

3. A Treatise on Algebra by Elias Loomis (1858)
"If we consider the exponents of the preceding powers, we shall find that they follow a very simple law. Thus, ( of a are 2, 1,0, ..."

4. Elementary Algebra by John Henry Tanner (1904)
"Operations with polynomials involving fractional exponents. ... Moreover, since fractional exponents obey the familiar laws formerly established for ..."

5. A College Algebra by George Albert Wentworth (1901)
"Positive Integral exponents. If n is a positive integer, we have, ... In the case of fractional and negative exponents, we proceed as follows : We assume ..."

6. Elements of Algebra by William Smyth (1830)
"THEORY OF exponents OF ANY NATURE WHATEVER. 163. We have seen, art. 51, that with respect to the same letter, division is performed by subtracting the ..."

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