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, ..."