ARITHMETIC GLOSSARY
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Base (Exponential)  Any value that is raised to a power is termed a base value. That power is typically expressed as an exponent, and that exponent could be an integer, a decimal value, or a fraction. The base is the number or expression being raised to the power of the exponent. 

Braces  Braces act just like parentheses. Always (almost) used in pairs, braces look like this: { }. 

Brackets  Brackets act just like parentheses, coming in pairs to group data or terms. 
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