addition table

addition table

[ə′di·shən ‚tā·bəl]
(computer science)
The part of memory that holds the table of numbers used in addition in a computer employing table look-up techniques to carry out this operation.
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The magician performs the trick with the aid of mathematical group theory, specifically the Klein 4-group whose addition table appears at left.
The singer then referred to the president and vice president as "The Three Stooges," proving that in addition to being a Neanderthal, he never learned his addition tables.