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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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A mathematical symbol showing how many times to multiply a factor by itself.

Usage examples (33)
  • That number has an exponent of three above it so you have to multiply it by itself three times.
  • Perhaps its best-known living exponent is Marshal Pétain.
  • The short term exponent of about -1.5 is not too different from -5/3.
  • Picture of Shahenshah Baba the greatest Rafaee sword exponent .. for more
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