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  • nounperson who supports, advocates
  • nounexample

synonyms for exponent

  • interpreter
  • proponent
  • backer
  • booster
  • champion
  • defender
  • demonstrator
  • expositor
  • expounder
  • partisan
  • promoter
  • propagandist
  • protagonist
  • second
  • seconder
  • spokesperson
  • supporter
  • upholder
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antonyms for exponent

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  • antagonist
  • opponent
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    How to use exponent in a sentence

    If you multiply two polynomials, some terms might cancel out, but the term with the highest exponent will always survive the cancellation process.
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    For computer scientists and mathematicians, opinions about “exponent two” boil down to a sense of how the world should be.
    MATRIX MULTIPLICATION INCHES CLOSER TO MYTHIC GOALKEVIN HARTNETTMARCH 23, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
    If exponent two is achievable, then it’s possible to carry out matrix multiplication as fast as physically possible.
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    Since then mathematicians and computer scientists have jockeyed to lower the exponent further.
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    She established an institute that conducted classes, wrote a book on the practice, and became one of its chief exponents in the United States.
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    Raising a sum to a power means leaving that sum of nematodes for the number of days specified by the exponent.
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    Grinding out additional decimal places of 3D critical exponents is beside the point, said Slava Rychkov, a physicist at the Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques in France who is involved in the effort.
    THE CARTOON PICTURE OF MAGNETS THAT HAS TRANSFORMED SCIENCECHARLIE WOODJUNE 24, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
    Not as an exponent of entertainment, but as part of the group having a pleasant, homey evening.
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    It is this also which renders the dictionary meaning of a word, by universal remark so imperfect an exponent of its real meaning.
    A SYSTEM OF LOGIC: RATIOCINATIVE AND INDUCTIVEJOHN STUART MILL
    Nothing came of the plan, which is a pity, as each was a supreme exponent of his point of view.
    THE LETTERS OF AMBROSE BIERCEAMBROSE BIERCE
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    capacitor

    WORDS RELATED TO EXPONENT

    • apostle
    • attorney
    • backer
    • campaigner
    • champion
    • counsel
    • defender
    • exponent
    • expounder
    • lawyer
    • pleader
    • promoter
    • proponent
    • proposer
    • speaker
    • spokesperson
    • supporter
    • upholder
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