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### Definition of Exponents

**1.** exponent [n] - See also: exponent

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### 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 -â€”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 ..."