arithmetical operation

arithmetical operation

[¦a·rith¦med·ə·kəl ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(computer science)
A digital computer operation in which numerical quantities are added, subtracted, multiplied, divided, or compared.
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All arithmetical operation in H shall comply with [mathematical expression not reproducible].
It requires students to master number reasoning and number abstraction skills, which are necessary skills for the ability to apply number representation in arithmetical operation on integers (Butterworth, 2006).
A second question explored the percentage of use of each arithmetical operation. Participants reported using mainly additions (Median (Mdn) (3) = 40% of their operations), followed by subtractions (Mdn = 25%) and multiplications (Mdn = 20%), while divisions were reported to be used less often (Mdn = 10%).
In word problems, Dyscalculic children often don't understand which type of arithmetical operation is asked for.
One of the most powerful aspects of spreadsheets is the ability to leave the structure of the spreadsheet, along with its underlying logic and arithmetical operation intact for reuse from period to period.
Looking from more general point of view, records can be seen as one huge arithmetical operation written in numbers.
Finding triads in nature, the structure of the universe, and the makeup of the human soul is not, of course, an arithmetical operation. Arithmetic means computation with numbers, and in the sixteenth century a lack of algebraic notation restricted the range of possible operations fairly strictly to addition, subtraction, multiplication, and (the crowning achievement of most contemporary libri di abbaco, the practical handbooks used by merchants) long division.
Interval arithmetical provides an extension to intervals of the usual arithmetical operation on real {+,-,*,/} through the generic formula [??] [member of] {+,-,*,/} .
Interval arithmetical provides an extension to intervals of the usual arithmetical operation on real {+, -, *, /} through the generic formula [??] [member of] {+, -, *, /}.
In our latest study we decided to test if they could learn to perform simple arithmetical operations such as addition and subtraction.
* given the values of a, b and f, each at not more than n* points (depending on the solver, with [n.sub.*] [right arrow] [infinity] as n [right arrow] [infinity]), the parameters of un can be determined at the cost of [[gamma]'.sub.m][n.sub.*] arithmetical operations and an accuracy
As for the second aspect, that is, the arithmetical operations, we know that the multiplication between two quaternions contains 16 floating multiplications and 12 floating additions.