### Definition of Third power

**1.** *Noun.* The product of three equal terms.

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### Literary usage of Third power

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**1.** *The North American Arithmetic: Part Third : for Advanced Scholars* by Frederick Emerson (1834)

"For example, if we divide the fifth power by the **third power**, the quotient is
the second power; as 35-f-33=32: if we divide the ninth power by the sixth ..."**2.** *The North American Arithmetic ...: For Advanced Scholars* by Frederick Emerson (1850)

"For example, if we divide the fifth power by the **third power**, the quotient is the
... What is the **third power** of 12? 2. Find the fourth power of 11. 4. ..."**3.** *The North American Arithmetic* by Frederick Emerson (1851)

"ond power gives ihe sixth power; as 24 X22 = 26: the fourth power multiplied by
the fourth power produces the eighth power; as 34 X 34 = 38: the **third power** ..."**4.** *Studies in History and Jurisprudence* by James Bryce Bryce (1901)

"... but Burma was annexed because it toyed with France, and any negotiations by
a **third power** with Afghanistan or Nepal would be resented by England. ..."**5.** *The Law of Nations Considered as Independent Political Communities* by Travers Twiss (1861)

"... Law of Nations en- titled of Right to Safe Conduct whilst passing through ^
the territory of a third Power, on his way to or from the tem- the territory ..."**6.** *A Treatise on Algebra* by William Smyth (1861)

"units and tens of a number are employed in forming the **third power** of this number.
For this purpose designating the tens by a and the units by b, ..."

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