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[′a‚dend]
(mathematics)
One of a collection of numbers to be added.
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The game addresses the Year 1 ACARA standard in Number and Algebra in that as students play the game they are representing and solving addition problems and can be encouraged to explore a variety of strategies to manipulate and compare addends and sums (ACMNA015).
In the second addend in (15) the derivative can be commuted with the integrals since there is no other dependence on x except in P*, which is also extracted from the surface integral
b) Similarly, all elements in every column, r, r = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 contain an addend [a.
This claim assumes that the addends and sum do not exceed the range of integer representation, which is -2,147,483,648 to -2,147,483,647 for the default 4-byte signed integer.
As in the standard system, this addend may be either positive or negative.
Because T is an S corporation, the first addend in the ADSP definition is simplified as indicated.
The first three addends are nonpositive, the last addend is strictly negative, and all of the subtrahends are strictly positive.
One of the girls raised her hand and said, "Put it next to the last dead-end"--not addend.
perform the equidistribution test with the 48-bit Linear Congruential Generator with prime addend in a serial and parallel machine respectively.
The second addend represents the other case, when the true state is innocent, but everyone votes to convict.
So, to retrieve the sum of 2 + 3, it is necessary to activate the associate node of the first addend (2), then the one partner in the second (3), and browse the surface (2 x 3 nodes) to access to the intersection.
So, in both papers, the code length equals log i to within an addend 0(log log).

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