
Definition of Exponent
1. Noun. A person who pleads for a cause or propounds an idea.
Generic synonyms: Individual, Mortal, Person, Somebody, Someone, Soul
Specialized synonyms: Apologist, Justifier, Vindicator, Constitutionalist, Darwinian, Democrat, Populist, Federalist, Gnostic, Humanist, Humanitarian, Ideologist, Ideologue, Internationalist, Irredentist, Irridentist, Isolationist, Jansenist, Libertarian, Maoist, Marxist, Nationalist, Neoclassicist, Neutralist, Nullifier, Drumbeater, Partisan, Zealot, Partitionist, Platonist, Prolifer, Presenter, Sponsor, Protectionist, Republican, Ritualist, Ruralist, Secessionist, Secularist, Separationist, Separatist, Interpreter, Representative, Spokesperson, Voice, Suffragist, Admirer, Booster, Champion, Friend, Protagonist, Supporter, Supremacist, Teleologist, Thatcherite, Unilateralist
Derivative terms: Advocate, Advocate, Propound
2. Noun. Someone who expounds and interprets or explains.
3. Noun. A mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself.
Specialized synonyms: Degree, Log, Logarithm
Generic synonyms: Mathematical Notation
Derivative terms: Exponential
Definition of Exponent
1. n. A number, letter, or any quantity written on the right hand of and above another quantity, and denoting how many times the latter is repeated as a factor to produce the power indicated
Definition of Exponent
1. Noun. One who expounds, represents or advocates ¹
2. Noun. (mathematics) The power to which a number, symbol or expression is to be raised. For example, the 3 in ''x''^{3}. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Exponent
1. one who expounds [n S]  See also: expounds
Medical Definition of Exponent
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Literary usage of Exponent
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. College Algebra by Webster Wells (1890)
"POSITIVE INTEGRAL exponent. 442. The. Binomial Theorem is a formula by means of
... The exponent of a in the first term is the same as the exponent of the ..."
2. Elements of Geometry by Adrien Marie Legendre (1825)
"exponent in the dividend and divisor, we shall find zero to be the exponent ...
We may then omit writing the letters which have zero for their exponent, ..."
3. Elements of Algebra by George Albert Wentworth (1884)
"The meaning of a fractional exponent is at once suggested, by observing that the
division of an exponent, when the resulting quotient is integral, ..."
4. Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus: With Examples and by James Morford Taylor, William Christ (1889)
"The differential of a variable affected ivith any constant exponent is the j)roduct
of the exponent, the variable with its exponent diminished by one, ..."
5. Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus by William Anthony Granville (1904)
"Differentiation of a variable with a constant exponent. If the n factors in VI
are each equal to v, we get dx(V) dx  = n  vu .. ..."
6. Elements of Algebra by Silvestre François Lacroix (1831)
"We may then omit writing the letters which have zero for their exponent, since
each of them signifies nothing but unity. Thus a3 b c2 divided by a2 b c2, ..."
7. Elements of the Integral Calculus: With a Key to the Solution of by William Elwood Byerly (1892)
"To find what interpretation must be given to a zero exponent, let m =0 in the
... That is; a symbol of operation with the exponent zero has no effect on the ..."
8. An Introduction to Algebra: Being the First Part of A Course of Mathematics by Jeremiah Day, Anthony Dumond Stanley (1857)
"If n be put =1, the exponent — —m, a. positive whole number. And A=m, the
coefficient of the second term. /" B=»i( — — ) of the third term. ..."