# Calculus anton bivens davis 7th edition pdf

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The definition of exponentiation can be extended to allow any real or complex exponent. Exponentiation by integer exponents can also be defined for a wide variety of algebraic structures, including matrices. The term power was used by the Greek mathematician Euclid for the square of a line. In the late 16th century, Jost Bürgi used Roman numerals for exponents. Nicolas Chuquet used a form of exponential notation in the 15th century, which was later used by Henricus Grammateus and Michael Stifel in the 16th century. The word “exponent” was coined in 1544 by Michael Stifel. Another historical synonym, involution, is now rare and should not be confused with its more common meaning.

In 1748 Leonhard Euler wrote “consider exponentials or powers in which the exponent itself is a variable. It is clear that quantities of this kind are not algebraic functions, since in those the exponents must be constant. When it is a positive integer, the exponent indicates how many copies of the base are multiplied together. The base 3 appears 5 times in the repeated multiplication, because the exponent is 5. Here, 3 is the base, 5 is the exponent, and 243 is the power or, more specifically, 3 raised to the 5th power.

The word “raised” is usually omitted, and sometimes “power” as well, so 35 can also be read “3 to the 5th” or “3 to the 5”. The exponentiation operation with integer exponents may be defined directly from elementary arithmetic operations. One interpretation of such a power is as an empty product. The case of 00 is discussed at Zero to the power of zero. The identity above may be derived through a definition aimed at extending the range of exponents to negative integers.

10 are written as the digit 1 followed or preceded by a number of zeroes determined by the sign and magnitude of the exponent. Exponentiation with base 10 is used in scientific notation to denote large or small numbers. SI prefixes based on powers of 10 are also used to describe small or large quantities. The first negative powers of 2 are commonly used, and have special names, e. Powers of 2 appear in set theory, since a set with n members has a power set, the set of all of its subsets, which has 2n members.

Integer powers of 2 are important in computer science. Zero to the power of zero. 1 are useful for expressing alternating sequences. 1 as n alternates between even and odd, and thus do not tend to any limit as n grows. If the exponentiated number varies while tending to 1 as the exponent tends to infinity, then the limit is not necessarily one of those above.

This solution is called the principal nth root of b. If b is negative, the equation has no solution in real numbers for even n. 2 employs the principal root, and results in 8. This sign ambiguity needs to be taken care of when applying the power identities. Failure of power and logarithm identities. The identities and properties shown above for integer exponents are true for positive real numbers with non-integer exponents as well. This limit only exists for positive b.

This technique can be used to obtain the power of a positive real number b for any irrational exponent. Euler’s number, is approximately equal to 2. 718 and is the base of the natural logarithm. Although exponentiation of e could, in principle, be treated the same as exponentiation of any other real number, such exponentials turn out to have particularly elegant and useful properties. The exponential function is defined for all integer, fractional, real, and complex values of x. This can be used as an alternative definition of the real number power bx and agrees with the definition given above using rational exponents and continuity.

The definition of exponentiation using logarithms is more common in the context of complex numbers, as discussed below. Powers of a positive real number are always positive real numbers. 2 is also a valid square root. If the definition of exponentiation of real numbers is extended to allow negative results then the result is no longer well-behaved. Neither the logarithm method nor the rational exponent method can be used to define br as a real number for a negative real number b and an arbitrary real number r. The rational exponent method cannot be used for negative values of b because it relies on continuity.

1 for every odd natural number n. On the other hand, arbitrary complex powers of negative numbers b can be defined by choosing a complex logarithm of b. If a is a positive algebraic number, and b is a rational number, it has been shown above that ab is algebraic. In this animation N takes values increasing from 1 to 100. Euler’s formula, connecting algebra to trigonometry by means of complex numbers.

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