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- One then has to take the arithmetic mean of the regular and early year of election.
- Students were required to read and write and to know basic arithmetic operations.
- Building a person's character was just as important as reading, writing and arithmetic.
- The second most important decision is in the choice of the base of arithmetic, here ten.
- These often process data using fixed-point arithmetic, though some more powerful versions use floating point.
- These often process data using fixed-point arithmetic, though some more powerful versions use floating point.
- The most common form that these questions take is as an arithmetic exercise.
- In second-order arithmetic, all objects can be represented as either natural numbers or sets of natural numbers.
- In second-order arithmetic, all objects can be represented as either natural numbers or sets of natural numbers.
- Second order arithmetic is a formal theory of the natural numbers and sets of natural numbers.
- Second order arithmetic is a formal theory of the natural numbers and sets of natural numbers.
- It soon became apparent that fixed point arithmetic was a bad idea because the numbers quickly went out of range.
- It soon became apparent that fixed point arithmetic was a bad idea because the numbers quickly went out of range.
- This structure is known as the standard model or intended interpretation of first-order arithmetic.
- Girls also learned to read, write and do simple arithmetic so they could manage the household.
- Farmers mainly wanted their children to be taught writing, reading, arithmetic, and religion.
- Here many village children were taught reading, writing and arithmetic.
- The geometric construction of arithmetic operations cannot be carried out in either of these cases.
- These rules are similar to the order of operations in arithmetic.
- More complex operations and other arithmetic operations must be implemented in software.

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- noun The branch of pure mathematics dealing with the theory of numerical calculations