arithmetic

listen to the pronunciation of arithmetic
İngilizce - Türkçe
aritmetik

Tom aritmetikte iyidir. - Tom is good at arithmetic.

Aritmetik ayakkabılarını çıkarmadan yirmiye kadar sayabilmektir. - Arithmetic is being able to count up to twenty without taking off your shoes.

hesap
aritmetiksel
sayma
ölçme
arithmetic check
aritmetik kontrol
arithmetic data
aritmetik veri
arithmetic mean
aritmetik ortalama
arithmetic operation
aritmetik işlem
arithmetic register
aritmetik yazmaç
arithmetic sequence unit
aritmetik kontrol birimi
arithmetic shift
aritmetik kaydırma
arithmetic unit
aritmetik işlem birimi
arithmetic/logic unit
aritmetik mantık birimi
arithmetic expression
aritmetik ifade
arithmetic logic unit
(ALU) aritmetik-mantik birimi
arithmetic operator
aritmetik işleç
arithmetic underflow
aritmetik bombosalma
arithmetic unit
(Askeri) ARİTMETİK CİHAZ, ARİTMETİK ÜNİTE: Otomatik bilgi işlem sistemi merkezi işlem ünitesi madeni aksamında aritmetik ve lojik işlemleri yapan kısım
base arithmetic
Taban aritmetiği
binary arithmetic operation
ikili düzende aritmetik işlem
double precision arithmetic
çifte kesinlik aritmetiği
fixed point arithmetic
sabit nokta aritmetiği
floating point arithmetic
kayan noktalı aritmetik
mental arithmetic
akıldan yapılan hesap
arithmetically
aritmetik yoluyla
parallel arithmetic
paralel aritmetik, koşut aritmetik
serial arithmetic
seri aritmetik
analog arithmetic unit
(Bilgisayar) analog aritmetik birim
arithmetical
{s} aritmetiksel
arithmetical
{s} aritmetik
arithmetically
aritmetik yoldan
calculate the arithmetic mean
(Matematik) aritmetik ortalama almak
finite arithmetic
sonlu aritmetik
hybrid arithmetic unit
(Bilgisayar) karma aritmetik birim
in one's arithmetic
hesabına göre
linear arithmetic
(Bilgisayar) doğrusal aritmetik
mental arithmetic
akıldan hesap
mental arithmetic
zihni hesap
noncarrying arithmetic
(Askeri) ŞİFRE ARİTMETİĞİ, ŞİFRE HESABI, 10'SUZ HESAP: Kriptografide; 10'a kadar rakamlar kullanılan hesap. Bu hesapta, 10'lar dikkate alınmaz. Buna "cryptographic arithmetic"de denir
sign magnitude arithmetic
isaret-genlik aritmeti¤i
İngilizce - İngilizce
Of, relating to, or using arithmetic; arithmetical

arithmetic geometry.

Of a progression, mean, etc, computed using addition rather than multiplication

arithmetic progression.

The mathematics of numbers (integers, rational numbers, real numbers, or complex numbers) under the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
{n} the act or science of computation
Arithmetic means relating to or consisting of calculations involving numbers. a processor which performs simple arithmetic operations such as adding or multiplying numbers. the science of numbers involving adding, multiplying etc mathematics (arismetique, from , from , from arithmein , from arithmos ). ar·ith·met·i·cal involving or related to arithmetic. Branch of mathematics that deals with the properties of numbers and ways of combining them through addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Initially it dealt only with the counting numbers, but its definition has broadened to include all real numbers. The most important arithmetic properties (where a and b are real numbers) are the commutative laws of addition and multiplication, a + b = b + a and ab = ba; the associative laws of addition and multiplication, a + (b + c) = (a + b) + c and a(bc) = (ab)c; and the distributive law, which connects addition and multiplication, a(b + c) = ab + ac. These properties include subtraction (addition of a negative number) and division (multiplication by a fraction)
the branch of pure mathematics dealing with the theory of numerical calculations
the study of mathematical operations on numbers -- "The four basic operations of arithmetic are addition " (24)
relating to or involving arithmetic; "arithmetical computations"
{s} pertaining to arithmetic; of or that involves arithmetic
Arithmetic is the part of mathematics that is concerned with the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of numbers. an arithmetic test
The mathematics of numbers (integers, rational numbers, real numbers, or complex numbers) under the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to powers and extraction of roots
{i} use of numbers in calculation; branch of mathematics that deals with simple counting and the properties of numbers; computation
"the art of computing using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division"
If you refer to the arithmetic of a situation, you are concerned with those aspects of it that can be expressed in numbers, and how they affect the situation. The budgetary arithmetic suggests that government borrowing is set to surge
operation
Logic Unit The part of the CPU that performs arithmetic operations and evaluates expressions
A branch of mathematics that involves combining numbers by addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
A book containing the principles of this science
You can use arithmetic to refer to the process of doing a particular sum or calculation. 4,000 women put in ten rupees each, which if my arithmetic is right adds up to 40,000 rupees
Of, involving or relating to arithmetic
Converts numerical data Predicts arithmetic results Mathematics Summarizes mathematical data Translates mathematical data
The science of numbers; the art of computation by figures
arsmetrike
arithmetic function
Any function that is defined for all positive integers, and has values that are either real or complex
arithmetic functions
plural form of arithmetic function
arithmetic hierarchy
arithmetical hierarchy
arithmetic logic unit
That part of a CPU that does calculations and logical operations
arithmetic logic units
plural form of arithmetic logic unit
arithmetic mean
The measure of central tendency of a set of values computed by dividing the sum of the values by their number; commonly called the mean or the average

The arithmetic mean of 3, 6, 2, 3 and 6 is (3 + 6 + 2 + 3 + 6) / 5 = 4.

arithmetic operation
Any of the four basic operations in arithmetic, namely addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
arithmetic operator
Any of the four basic operators in arithmetic, namely addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
arithmetic progression
A sequence in which each term except the first is obtained from the previous by adding a constant value, known as the common difference of the arithmetic progression
arithmetic series
The sum of the terms in an arithmetic progression
arithmetic spiral
A spiral that increases in distance from the point of origin at a constant rate

The Parker spiral is the shape of the Sun's magnetic field as it extends through the solar system. Unlike the familiar shape of the field from a bar magnet, the Sun's extended field is twisted into an arithmetic spiral by the magnetohydrodynamic influence of the solar wind.

Arithmetic and Logic Unit
ALU, component of the central processing unit that performs calculations and logical operations
arithmetic average
{i} rate of return, ratio of money earned or lost on an investment in proportional relation to the sum of money invested (expressed as a percentage of the total sum invested)
arithmetic expression
mathematical expression or equation
arithmetic instruction
teaching of math
arithmetic logic unit
part of a computer processor responsible for executing arithmetic functions
arithmetic mean
The sum of the sample values divided by the number of items in the sample Thus, if the sample consists of five invoices with a value of $2, $5, $12, $14, and $17, the mean invoice value would be their total ($50) divided by their number(s), or $10 The mean is the central tendency of a frequency distribution
arithmetic mean
The midpoint between two numbers a and b This can be generalized to k numbers between a and b, such that there is a common differnce between each consecutive number
arithmetic mean
the sum of the values of a random variable divided by the number of values
arithmetic mean
The sum of observations divided by the total number of observations
arithmetic mean
A simple average calculated by adding up a group of values, and dividing the sum by the number of values
arithmetic mean
The average of the sum of all the observations, (see geometric mean)
arithmetic mean
An average, obtained by dividing the sum of a set of observations by the total number of observations in the set
arithmetic mean
the mean (or average) of sample data; it provides an unbiased estimate of the parametric mean; designated by x (NOTE: There are other kinds of means, such as harmonic, geometric, and parametric )
arithmetic mean
The total score of all the observations added together, divided by the number of observations
arithmetic mean
This is what is usually called the mean, add up the data values and divide by n
arithmetic mean
value The variance is calculated by taking the sum of the squares of the deviations, that is, the sum of the difference between the observed value and the series mean value, and dividing by the sample size (number of observations) The variance for a large data set (the population variance) is calculated as
arithmetic mean
The value obtained by dividing the sum of a set of quantities by the number of quantities in the set. Also called average
arithmetic mean
The sum of all the measurements in a data set divided by the number of measurements in the data set
arithmetic mean
mathematical average
arithmetic operation
a mathematical operation involving numbers
arithmetic operation
mathematical operation, mathematical procedure
arithmetic operator
sign indicating a mathematical operation
arithmetic progression
(mathematics) a progression in which a constant is added to each term in order to obtain the next term; "1-4-7-10-13- is the start of an arithmetic progression
arithmetic progression
mathematical operation in which each part of a problem has a relation to the part before it
arithmetic progression
A sequence, such as the positive odd integers 1, 3, 5, 7,..., in which each term after the first is formed by adding a constant to the preceding term. a set of numbers in order of value in which a particular number is added to each to produce the next (as in 2, 4, 6, 8, ...) geometric progression
arithmetic sequence
mathematical operation in which each part of a problem has a relation to the part before it
Peano arithmetic
A set of axioms of first-order logic for the natural numbers specifying the operations of zero, successor, addition and multiplication, including a first-order schema of induction
Presburger arithmetic
A set of axioms of first-order logic for the natural numbers specifying the operations of zero, successor, and addition, including a first-order schema of induction, without multiplication
affine arithmetic
A model for self-validated numerical analysis in which quantities are represented as affine combinations (called affine forms) of certain primitive variables that stand for sources of uncertainty in data or approximations made during computations
arithmetical
Of or pertaining to arithmetic, particularly the functions of arithmetic
arithmetically
In an arithmetic manner; respecting arithmetic
binary arithmetic
Arithmetic using binary numbers
decimal arithmetic
arithmetic using decimal numbers
location arithmetic
A technique described in Napier's treatise Rabdologiæ for performing multiplication, division and extraction of square roots by using counters to representing numbers in binary
moral arithmetic
Alternative name of felicific calculus
arithmetical
{a} of or according to arithmetic
arithmetically
{a} by means of arithmetic
Cocker's Arithmetic
{i} textbook written by Edward Cocker
arithmetical
Of or pertaining to arithmetic; according to the rules or method of arithmetic
arithmetical
relating to or involving arithmetic; "arithmetical computations
arithmetical
Arithmetical calculations, processes, or skills involve the addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division of numbers
arithmetical
relating to or involving arithmetic; "arithmetical computations"
arithmetical
{s} mathematical
arithmetically
with respect to arithmetic; "this problem is arithmetically easy
arithmetically
Conformably to the principles or methods of arithmetic
arithmetically
mathematically, from an arithmetical standpoint, by means of arithmetic
fundamental theorem of arithmetic
Fundamental principle of number theory proved by Carl Friedrich Gauss in 1801. It states that any integer greater than 1 can be expressed as the product of prime numbers in only one way
mental arithmetic
the act of adding numbers together, multiplying them etc in your mind, without writing them down
modular arithmetic
A form of arithmetic dealing with the remainders after whole numbers are divided by a modulus: Clocks use modular arithmetic with modulus 12, so 4 hours after 9 o'clock is 1 o'clock
arithmetic