# How do you pronounce exponentials in English (1 out of 58).

## Translation of exponentials

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## IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of exponentials

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of exponentials:
/ɪkspownɛnt͡ʃəlz/

## Derived Form of exponentials

noun
root word: exponential
plural: exponentials
verb
root word: exponential

## Definitions of exponentials

Noun: exponential
1
a function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent
Synonymsexponential function*,
Type offunctions, mathematical function*,

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3. e to the x is arguably the most important of the exponentials.
4. A core property of exponentials is that you can break this up as 2 to the t times 2 to the dt.
5. In fact, throughout applications of calculus, you rarely see exponentials written as some base to a power t,
6. What is special about writing exponentials in terms of e like this,
7. exponentials is pretty 'Zipf-y.' For example, if all 26 letters and the
8. And this is basically the way exponentials work.
9. And, of course, the power of exponentials tells you that once you have, lets say,
10. what exponentials mean, and why 2 to the 50
11. to explain to people the power of exponentials.
12. So when we have something confusing with exponentials,
13. exponentials and complex exponentials,
14. eigenfunction property of complex exponentials for
15. But there are harmonically related complex exponentials
16. harmonically related complex exponentials.
17. In particular, sinusoids and real and complex exponentials.
18. sinusoids and complex exponentials as basic building
19. exponentials, and so on, and cmath, for the same thing
20. to hypopolic sin. So these are all related to exponentials. These two are complex exponentials