arithmetic sum

arithmetic sum

[¦a·rith¦med·ik ′səm]
(mathematics)
The result of the addition of two or more positive quantities.
The result of the addition of the absolute values of two or more quantities.
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A ripple carry adder is a digital circuit that produces the arithmetic sum of two binary numbers.
This is a barometer for gauging the knowledge of students based on an individual's ability to write his/her name, read a paragraph in English, Urdu or in a regional language as well as solve two-digit arithmetic sum.
This arithmetic sum of GERB, the Reformist Bloc [RB], the Patriotic Front [PF] and ABV is not just unprincipled, but is an outright anti-European and anti-NATO concord which cannot be supported by the DPS," Mestan told reporters after his talks with Plevneliev.
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The arithmetic sum of neither of these groups of figures is 70, and no explanation of the discrepancies is given.
The cumulative effect of what everyone is doing is greater than the arithmetic sum," he states.
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True therapeutic synergy is defined by mathematical equations which indicate that the therapeutic effect observed is in fact greater than the expected arithmetic sum of the two drugs working independently, and is referred to by pharmacologists as the "Chou/Talalay" equations developed at Johns Hopkins University.
Such non-GAAP combined financial information only constitutes the arithmetic sums described above with respect to the three and six months ended June 30, 2006 and does not give effect to purchase accounting, cost impacts including cost savings through organizational efficiencies and cost increases through public company costs, interest expense or other pro forma adjustments resulting from the Acquisitions of GII and ETT for that period.