
Definition of Exponential expression
1. Noun. A mathematical expression consisting of a constant (especially e) raised to some power.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Exponential Expression
Literary usage of Exponential expression
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Teaching of Algebra (including Trigonometry) by Thomas Percy Nunn (1914)
"7 (i) is the exponential value of cos a; and the differential formula derived
from it the exponential expression for  sin x. Hence differentiation of the ..."
2. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1917)
"I do not agree that the exponential expression is the proper one for the fundamental
instruction, and I think the polar diagram, taking its origin from the ..."
3. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1907)
"... to represent their results by an exponential expression, but the result was
not nearly so good as that obtained from the foi ..."
4. Engineering Applications of Higher Mathematics by Vladimir Karapetoff (1911)
"This method has some advantage because it is not necessary to evaluate the
exponential expression &"*. Note that the constant in formula (6) must be ..."
5. Aeronautics: A Class Text by Edwin Bidwell Wilson (1920)
"... equations with constant coefficients in physics it is customary to use this
last method of substituting for the variable an exponential expression. ..."
6. Elements of Algebra by James Morford Taylor (1900)
"The quality of an exponent can be changed if the sign before the exponential
expression is changed from x to т, or from a to x. ..."
7. An Academic Algebra by James Morford Taylor (1893)
"For this is simply multiplying or dividing both the dividend and divisor by the
same exponential expression. Thus er2 or2. а2<Г2 (Г2 c2 c2 . а2(Г2 а2 ..."