I would Say that the answer is the exponent
exponentiation (the symbol in Excel is ^)
A logic operation is when you work with the truth or falsehood of statements whereas an arithmetic operation is concerned only with numerical values.
An arithmetic operation combines two numbers while a logical operation uses two logical values which can be true or false. The arithmetic operation uses adding or subtraction to reach the correct answer.
multiplication is a operation
ALU can perform any arithmetic and logical operation...
The four basic operations of arithmetic are addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
The 4 basic arithmetic operations are addition, subtraction, division and multiplication.
yes, there are four arithmetic operations, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
Any arithmetic operation, other than division by zero, can be performed on any set of numbers in a sequence.
It doesn't have to. The ALU is given one or two inputs and is told what operation to perform on them. It has no need to figure out whether that operation is arithmetic or logic, since each individual operation will be different anyway.
ALU which basically used for arithmetic operation (like addition, subtraction etc ) in microprocessor and control unit (to control some operation) used to choose an operation in ALU ( is this is addition, subtraction or other arithmetic operation).
It is "raising to the power". Although repeated multiplication can be used for raising to a positive integer power for example, a5 = a*a*a*a*a that analogy fails for rational powers or irrational ones. And it is totally useless when the power is a complex number.
"opposite" operation. The inverse of subtraction is addition; the inverse operation of multiplication is division.
Yes, provided they are defined (ie excluding division by 0).
the division symbol (/)The arithmetic operator that divides contents of a cell is division.
An arithmetic operation happens.
the divide symbol (/)
All I know is a number sentence. It is one with an operation, (+-*/) and an inequality/equality.
A set is a set and does not need an arithmetic operation.
If you add 1 to the arithmetic operation then you get 11