An expression of the number of times that a base is used as a factor.

A mathematical index or power to which a number or base is raised. Common bases are 2, 10, and e.

A symbol above and to the right of a mathematical expression to indicate the operation of raising to a power.

A number that indicates the operation of repeated multiplication.

A symbol written above a factor and on the right, telling how many times the factor is repeated. In the example of A2, A is the factor and 2 is the exponent. A2 means A times A (A × A).

In a floating-point representation, the bits that represent a value to which 2.0 is raised. See also fraction, sign bit.

a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself

a lowercase literal letter "e", an optional minus sign, and an integer representing the index of a power of ten with which to multiply the base to get the resulting number

a number placed to the upper right of a base number

a number that indicates the number of factors present of a given number called the base

a small number written with another big number that tells how many times to multiply the big number by itself

a superscript written at the upper right corner of another number called base, and it indicates the number of factors of the base, or how many times the base is multiplied by itself

A numeral used to tell how many times a number or variable is used as a factor. (e.g., a2, 2n, yx).

The raised number used as a power to indicate the number of repeated multiplications of the base. For example:: exponent is 4

A small number placed above and to the right of a number; expresses the power to which the quantity is to be raised or lowered.

A number representing how many times to multiply a number by itself. 2^3 = 2 x 2 x 2 = 8

Part of the numerical representation used to express a floating-point or fixed-point number. 1. Floating-point numbers are typically represented as 2. Fixed-point numbers can be represented as where the slope can be expressed as The exponent of a fixed-point number is equal to the negative of the fraction length: See also bias, fixed-point representation, floating-point representation, fraction length, fractional slope, integer, mantissa, slope

A number, indicating to which power another number (the base) is to be raised. In floating-point format, an integer constant specifying the power of ten by which the base of the decimal floating-point number is to be multiplied. In COBOL, exponentiation is indicated with the symbol ** followed by an exponent.

a number used to tell how many times a factor has been included in a specified product. For example, in 3, the exponent 3 indicates the term appears three times as a factor.

a number that indicates the number of times the base appears as a factor. e.g. 43 = 4X4X4. The exponent is 3. The entire term is called a power and 4 is the base. When 0 is the exponent the value of the power is 1. i.e. (-9)0 = 1. When the exponent is a negative integer, the value of the power is the reciprocal of the value when the exponent is its opposite. i.e. 3- 4= 1/34. [Go to source

A number used to tell how many times a number or variable is used as a factor. For example, 53 indicates that 5 is a factor 3 times, that is, 5 x 5 x 5. The value of 53 is 125.

the number of times the base occurs as a factor. For example, 23 is the exponential form of 2 x 2 x 2. The numeral 2 is called the base, and the numeral 3 is called the exponent.

A number that tells how many times the base is to be used as a factor. 4 to the 3rd power means 4 x 4 x 4, and is read 4 to the third power.

A number indicating the power to which another number (the base) is to be raised.

The number that tells how many equal factors there are.

A number which is placed to the right of and above another number (base). The value of the exponent determines how many times the base is used as a factor (e.g., 34 = 3 x 3 x 3 x3; {3 is the base and is used as a factor 4 times} the exponent is 4).

The part of a binary floating-point number that indicates the power to which 2 is raised in determining the value of the number. The wider the exponent field in a numeric data format, the greater range the format will handle.

The number that indicates how many times the base is used as a factor, e.g., in 43 = 4 x 4 x 4 = 64, the exponent is 3, indicating that 4 is repeated as a factor three times.

Indicates the number of times that the base occurs. In the term , 2 is the exponent.

The power to which a number or variable is raised (the exponent may be any real number).

Tells how many times a number or variable is used as a factor. For example, 6 with an exponent of 3 (63) indicates that 6 is a factor 3 times (6 x 6 x 6).

The numeral written in superscript (102) which indicates the power to which the base is to be raised.

In the number 4³, the 3 on top is called an exponent. It indicates that 4 is being raised to the power of 3, or multiplied by itself 3 times.

A number that represents the power. How many times you multiply a number by itself. An exponent may be any real number. Example: For 215, 15 is the exponent, 2 is the base, and 215 is a power of 2.