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Q: What are the parts of an exponent?

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if there is no exponent shown, then the exponent is 1. ex: 41

It is: 21a exponent 6

n x 10k ; n is the coefficient, 10 is the base, k is the integer exponent.

The word "exponent" is derived from the Latin verb "exponere", to "put out [more of something]".

If the exponent or raised power of a number is in the form of p/q the exponent is said to be rational exponent. For example= 11/2 22/3

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power

a power

A number in exponential form.

if there is no exponent shown, then the exponent is 1. ex: 41

If you mean floating point number, they are significand, base and exponent.

Assuming you're asking about IEEE-754 floating-point numbers, then the three parts are base, digits, and exponent.

Yes, 25 CAN BE and exponent. Any number can be and exponent

The exponent is a characteristic of a number. A measurement unit does not have an exponent. Since a metre is a measurement unit, it does not have an exponent.

Power = 5 = exponent. That is, exponent = 5.

what is the loose exponent

you get an exponent when you multiply EXAMPLE 10x10x10=1000 that is an exponent NO DONT THINK THAT IF THE EXPONENT IS 3 YOU MULTIPLY IT BY 3 NO WAY JOSE

The two are related. The answer could be base 2, exponent 18 or base 8, exponent 6 or base 10, exponent 5.4185 or base 262144, exponent 1 or base 68,719,476,736 and exponent 0.5

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