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# What is arithmetic operator that raises to the power?

Updated: 9/24/2023

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10y ago

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.

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13y ago

I would Say that the answer is the exponent

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14y ago

exponentiation

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