exponent

Englisch - Türkisch
yandaş
(Matematik) yorumlayıcı
misal
(Matematik) açıklayıcı
savunucu
(Matematik) eksponent
(görüş/inanç) taraftar
üs

Üstel fonksiyonun yatay asimptotu vardır. - The exponential function has a horizontal asymptote.

İnsan ırkının en büyük eksikliği üstel işlevi anlamak için bizim yetersizliğimizdir. - The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function.

(sıfat) beyan ve ifade eden; temsil eden
üs kuvvet katsayı
(isim) (mat.) üs
(isim) örnek, misal, sembol
{i} beyan eden kimse
{i} mat. üst, üs
{i} üs [mat.]
{i} kuvvet [mat.]
{i} yorumcu
{i} katsayı
(Matematik) temsil edici
taraftar
sembol
kuvvet
exponent number
uslu sayı
Englisch - Englisch
One who expounds, represents or advocates
The power to which a number, symbol or expression is to be raised. As in the 3\, in x^3\
a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself
{i} one who interprets, advocate; small raised symbol or number placed after a number that indicates the power to which the number is raised (Mathematics)
A symbol written above and to the right of a mathematical expression to indicate the operation of raising to a power, e g 4 2 means '4 to the 2nd power', 4 x 4
An exponent of a particular skill or activity is a person who is good at it. the great exponent of expressionist dance, Kurt Jooss
– (1) Portion of the internal representation of a real number (2) Numeric value representing the power (or exponentiation) of another value
A numeral that indicates how many times a number or expression is to be multiplied by itself
In an expression of the form ab, we call b the exponent
Contains an integer that is the scale factor for floating-point fractions 3 5, p20
someone who expounds and interprets or explains
The raised number used as a power to indicate the number of repeated multiplications of the base For example: 34: exponent is 4
An exponent of an idea, theory, or plan is a person who supports and explains it, and who tries to persuade other people that it is a good idea. a leading exponent of test-tube baby techniques. = advocate
a person who pleads for a cause or propounds an idea
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the number of times the base is used as a factor
The power to which a number, symbol or expression is to be raised. As in the "3" in x[3]
In the number 5³, the small top number, 3, is called an exponent It means that 5 is used as a factor 3 times 5³ = 5 * 5 * 5 = 125 On a graphing calculator, the caret sign (^) is used to show exponents 5³ = 5 ^ 3 = 125
a number that shows how many times another number is multiplied by itself -- "The exponent is the same as the number of zeros " (61)
One who explains or sets forth the views of another Thus, a clergyman should be the exponent of the Bible and Thirty-nine Articles (Latin, ex pono, to expose or set forth )
An expression of the number of times that a base is used as a factor (cfExponents and Logarithms Discussion)
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 One who, or that which, stands as an index or representative; as, the leader of a party is the exponent of its principles
a small figure placed to the upper-right of a number showing the number of times to multiply that number by itself
The component of a binary floating-point number that signifies the integer power of two by which the significand is multiplied in determining the value of the represented number Occasionally the exponent is called the signed or unbiased exponent
An exponent is a small number written with another big number that tells how many times to multiply the big number by itself It looks like this: 32 and this means 3 x 3 which equals 9 The little 2 is the exponent It DOES NOT mean to multiply the 3 by 2 It means to multiply the 3 times itself Here's another one: 43 = 4 x 4 x 4 = 64 The little 3 tells how many 4's to multiply together Now, can you tell me what 52 is?
In the expression kn, n is the exponent
The power to which a number or variable is raised (the exponent may be any real number)
a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself someone who expounds and interprets or explains
The number that gives reference to the repeated multiplication required The exponent of 34 is the 4
When a variable is raised to a power (e g x2) or when a variable appears as a power (e g 2x), the power is called the exponent
the part of a floating-point number that specifies a power of the number base by which the mantissa is multiplied
The part of a binary floating-point number that normally signifies the integer power to which two is raised in determining the value of the represented number
Power to which a base is raised (e g , 5 is an exponent in 25)
In the expression, bn , n is the exponent and b is the base
the number of times the base occurs as a factor
exponent

ex·po·nent

ekspōnınt

Aussprache

/ˈekˌspōnənt/ /ˈɛkˌspoʊnənt/

Etymologie

[ ik-'spO-n&nt, 'ek-" ] (noun.) 1706. Latin exponent-, exponens, present participle of exponere.

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