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numerical

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Maths
a. containing or using constants, coefficients, terms, or elements represented by numbers
b. another word for absolute
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numeric

[nü′mer·ik]
(computer science)
In computers, pertaining to data composed wholly or partly of digits, as distinct from alphabetic.
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