I’m trying to mentally summarize the names of the operands for basic operations. I’ve got this so far:

- Addition: Augend + Addend = Sum.
- Subtraction: Minuend – Subtrahend = Difference.
- Multiplication: Multiplicand × Multiplier = Product. Generally, operands are called factors.
- Division: Dividend ÷ Divisor = Quotient.
- Modulation: Dividend % Divisor = Remainder.
- Exponentiation: Base ^ Exponent = ___.
- Finding roots: Degree √ Radicand = Root.
My questions:

- I’ve heard
addendused generally for addition operands. Is that correct formal usage?- Do subtraction and division lack general names for their operands because they are not commutative? Or am I just ignorant of them?
- Is the base the same as a mantissa?
- Is there a formal name for the result of exponentiation?
- Is there a formal name for the operation of finding the nth root?
- Am I missing anything else?

**Answer**

Found this table on Wikipedia. It has all the formal names for those operations plus logarithm.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Calculation_results

## Addition

summand+summandaddend (broad sense)+addend (broad sense)augend+addend (strict sense)}=sum

## Subtraction

minuend−subtrahend=difference

## Multiplication

factor×factormultiplier×multiplicand}=product

## Division

dividenddivisor numeratordenominator}=fractionquotientratio

## Modulo

dividendmoddivisor=remainder

## Exponentiation

baseexponent=power

## nth root

degree√radicand=root

## Logarithm

logbase(antilogarithm)=logarithm

**Attribution***Source : Link , Question Author : trw , Answer Author : Tuupertunut*