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  1. Arithematics;: A text for elementary school teachers by Robert L Johnson, 1974
  2. Iroquois New Standard Arithematics Enlarged Edition Grade Eight by H. David Patton, 1947-01-01
  3. The Thorndike Arithematics Book One by Edward Lee Thorndike, 1924-01-01
  4. Arithematics: A Text for Elementary School Teachers by Robert L.; McNerney, Charles R. Johnson, 1974
  5. Arithematic 3 Teacher Key by Beka, 1900
  6. A complete system of practical arithematics by William Taylor, 1800
  7. Arithematic of Freemasonry by Francis de Paula Castells, 1969
  8. How You Too Can Develop a Razor-Sharp Mind and a Steel-Trap Memory by Gerardo Joffe, 2000-11-15
  9. Robinson's Progressive practical arithmetic: Containing the theory of numbers in connection with concise analytic and synthetic methods of solution, and ... academies (Robinson's series of mathematics) by Horatio N Robinson, 1871
  10. An annotated bibliography on the Chisanbob method of finger calculation by Mary K Dougherty, 1980
  11. Teacher's guide & resource (Janus math in action series) by Phyllis Kaplan, 1985
  12. Teacher's guide & resource (Janus math in action series) by William Lefkowitz, 1986
  13. Making mathematics easy for parent and child by John Kunz, 1965
  14. The place of meaning in mathematics instruction: Selected theoretical papers of William A. Brownell (Studies in mathematics) by William Arthur Brownell, 1972

61. College Algebra Tutorial On Arithmetic Sequences And Series
Apr 12, 2004 In this tutorial we will mainly be going over arithmetic sequences and series. We will be going forwards and backwards with this.
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(Back to the College Algebra Homepage) College Algebra
Tutorial 54C:
Arithmetic Sequences and Series
Learning Objectives

After completing this tutorial, you should be able to:
  • Know what an arithmetic sequence is. Find the n th term of an arithmetic sequence. Write the formula for the nth term of an arithmetic sequence. Calculate an arithmetic series.
  • Introduction
    In this tutorial we will mainly be going over arithmetic sequences and series. We will be going forwards and backwards with this. First we will be given the formula for the n th term and we will be finding specified terms. Then we will turn it around and look at the terms and find the formula for the n th term. We will finish up by looking at arithmetic series. If you need a review on sequences, feel free to go to Tutorial 54A: Sequences . If you need a review on sequences, feel free to go to Tutorial 54B: Series . I think that you are ready to move ahead.
    Tutorial
    Arithmetic Sequence
    An arithmetic sequence is a sequence such that each successive term is obtained from the previous term by addition or subtraction of a fixed number called a common difference. The sequence 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, ... is an example of an arithmetic sequence. The pattern is that we are always adding a fixed number of three to the previous term to get to the next term.

    62. Arithmetic Sequences
    This lesson will work with arithmetic sequences, their recursive and explicit formulas and finding terms in a sequence. In this lesson, it is assumed that
    http://www.algebralab.org/lessons/lesson.aspx?file=Algebra_ArithSeq.xml

    63. Arithmetic Mean Definition
    Arithmetic Mean Definition of Arithmetic Mean on Investopedia - A mathematical representation of the typical value of a series of numbers, computed as the
    http://www.investopedia.com/terms/a/arithmeticmean.asp

    64. Arithmetic -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
    arithmetic, branch of mathematics in which numbers, relations among numbers, and observations on numbers are studied and used to solve problems.
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    Table of Contents: arithmetic Article Article Fundamental definitions and laws Fundamental definitions and laws - Natural numbers Natural numbers - Addition and multiplication Addition and multiplication - Integers Integers - Exponents Exponents Theory of divisors Theory of divisors - Fundamental theory Fundamental theory - Rational numbers Rational numbers - - Adding and subtracting fractions Adding and subtracting fractions - - Multiplying and dividing fractions Multiplying and dividing fractions - - Theory of rationals Theory of rationals - Irrational numbers Irrational numbers Additional Reading Additional Reading Related Articles Related Articles External Web sites External Web sites Citations

    65. PHP: Arithmetic Operators - Manual
    Remember basic arithmetic from school? These work just like those. . 1 will be treated as 1 in an arithmetic expression, for example.
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    Arithmetic Operators
    Remember basic arithmetic from school? These work just like those. Arithmetic Operators Example Name Result -$a Negation Opposite of $a $a + $b Addition Sum of $a and $b $a - $b Subtraction Difference of $a and $b $a * $b Multiplication Product of $a and $b $a / $b Division Quotient of $a and $b $a % $b Modulus Remainder of $a divided by $b The division operator ("/") returns a float value unless the two operands are integers (or strings that get converted to integers) and the numbers are evenly divisible, in which case an integer value will be returned.

    66. Arithmetic.ca - Arithmetic - Math Timestables
    Arithmetic.ca Learning basic math has never been easier and Free
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    Math Menu Handling Data Miscellaneous Welcome to the site!
    Please find all the math related educational tools such as number, algebra, tables, geometry in this site. Feel free to navigate the site. Try out your Multiplication Tables Two Times Tables Three Times Tables Four Times Tables Five Times Tables ... Instructions Multiplication Table Instructions
    To use the times tables follow this guide: • Select the times tables you want to try
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    • The next page you see will be the marked answers
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    67. MySQL :: MySQL 5.0 Reference Manual :: 11.6.1 Arithmetic Operators
    The usual arithmetic operators are available. The result is determined according A division is calculated with BIGINT arithmetic only if performed in a
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    Table 11.10. Arithmetic Operators Name Description DIV Integer division Division operator Minus operator Modulo operator Addition operator Times operator Change the sign of the argument The usual arithmetic operators are available. The result is determined according to the following rules:
    • In the case of , and , the result is calculated with BIGINT (64-bit) precision if both operands are integers. If both operands are integers and any of them are unsigned, the result is an unsigned integer. For subtraction, if the SQL mode is enabled, the result is signed even if any operand is unsigned.

    68. Arithmetic Definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta
    a rith me tic ə r thmə t k noun Definition 1. basic math the branch of mathematics that deals with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
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    69. Arithmetic Mean -- From Wolfram MathWorld
    The arithmetic mean of a set of values is the quantity commonly called the mean or the average. Given a set of samples {x_i}, the arithmetic mean is x^_=1/Nsum_(i=1)^Nx_i.
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    Arithmetic Mean The arithmetic mean of a set of values is the quantity commonly called "the" mean or the average. Given a set of samples , the arithmetic mean is It can be computed in Mathematica using Mean list The arithmetic mean is the special case of the power mean and is one of the Pythagorean means When viewed as an estimator for the mean of the underlying distribution (known as the population mean ), the arithmetic mean of a sample is called the sample mean For a continuous distribution function , the arithmetic mean of the population, denoted , or and called the population mean of the distribution, is given by where is the expectation value . Similarly, for a discrete distribution The arithmetic mean satisfies and if and are independent statistics . The "sample mean," which is the mean estimated from a statistical sample, is an unbiased estimator for the population mean. Hoehn and Niven (1985) show that for any constant . For positive arguments, the arithmetic mean satisfies

    70. Modular Arithmetic — An Introduction
    Modular arithmetic lets us state these results quite precisely, and it also provides a convenient language for similar but slightly more complex statements.
    http://www.math.rutgers.edu/~erowland/modulararithmetic.html
    header("Modular Arithmetic"); Modular arithmetic is quite a useful tool in number theory. In particular, it can be used to obtain information about the solutions (or lack thereof) of a specific equation. This page gives a fairly detailed introduction. Another good introduction, in the form of an interactive tutorial, can be found in Part 2 of Math Alive: Cryptography Contents
    I. An Introductory Example Everyone knows that set of integers can be broken up into the following two classes:
  • There are certain generalizations we can make about the arithmetic of numbers based on which of these two classes they come from. For example, we know that the sum of two even numbers is even. The sum of an even number and an odd number is odd. The sum of two odd numbers is even. The product of two even numbers is even, etc. Modular arithmetic lets us state these results quite precisely, and it also provides a convenient language for similar but slightly more complex statements. In the above example, our modulus is the number 2. The modulus can be thought of as the number of classes that we have broken the integers up into. It is also the difference between any two "consecutive" numbers in a given class.
  • 71. Arithmetic Help
    Arithmetic Help. Do you need help with arithmetic? We have over 2000 video clips giving step by step explanation on math topics, including arithmetic, covered in elementary
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    72. Basic Arithmetic Operations - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article
    Branch of mathematics concerned with the study of numbers and their properties. The fundamental operations of arithmetic are addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
    http://encyclopedia.farlex.com/Basic arithmetic operations

    73. Egyptian Arithmetic - Mathematicians Of The African Diaspora
    arithmetic of ancient egypt.
    http://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/Ancient-Africa/mad_ancient_egypt_arith.html
    The Egyptian Zero Egyptian Counting Addition Subtraction ... Egyptian Fractions EYPTIAN COUNTING WITH HEIROGLYPHS These are the basic glyphs (symbols) used in Egypt for counting over 4000 years ago: Writing an integer consists of writing the number (from to 9) of the proper symbols to represent the integer. Thus, There is also a glyph which can translated as "equals" and a compact way of writing large glyphs, as shown below on the right, for two ways 35:
    in early Egypt Addition and subtraction were simple processes using the counting glyphs . To add two numbers, collect all symbols of similar type and replace a ten of one type by one of the next higher order. For example, adding 35 and 17:
    add
    Subtraction is a reversal of the process, if necessary replace a higher, so
    subtract
    Multiplication and Division Multiplication and Division were also simple processes using the counting glyphs . To multiply two numbers, all you needed to understand was the double or the half of an integer; i.e., the 2 times table.

    74. ASVAB Practice Arithmetic Questions
    Comprehensive test preparation for SAT, PSAT, ACT, SAT II Subject, and AP exams to raise your score and college and university admissions consulting.
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    75. Computer Arithmetic Algorithms
    Dec 5, 2005 See the Computer Arithmetic Algorithms Simulator a companion website featuring JavaScript simulators of many of the algorithms discussed
    http://www.ecs.umass.edu/ece/koren/arith/

    76. Matrix And Array Arithmetic - MATLAB
    MATLAB software has two different types of arithmetic operations. Matrix arithmetic operations are defined by the rules of linear algebra.
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    Matrix and array arithmetic
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    A.*B
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    A./B
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    MATLAB software has two different types of arithmetic operations. Matrix arithmetic operations are defined by the rules of linear algebra. Array arithmetic operations are carried out element by element, and can be used with multidimensional arrays. The period character ( ) distinguishes the array operations from the matrix operations. However, since the matrix and array operations are the same for addition and subtraction, the character pairs and are not used. Addition or unary plus. A+B adds A and B A and B must have the same size, unless one is a scalar. A scalar can be added to a matrix of any size. Subtraction or unary minus. A-B subtracts B from A A and B must have the same size, unless one is a scalar. A scalar can be subtracted from a matrix of any size. Matrix multiplication.

    77. The IEEE Standard For Floating Point Arithmetic
    Feb 1, 2010 The IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) has produced a standard for floating point arithmetic. This standard specifies
    http://www.psc.edu/general/software/packages/ieee/ieee.html

    78. Date Arithmetic
    Worksheet formulas for doing arithmetic operations on Dates and Times in Microsoft Excel.
    http://www.cpearson.com/excel/datearith.htm
    Date Arithmetic If you're writing an application that works with dates And times in Excel, you'll probably be doing some sort of arithmetic operations with those dates. This page explains several formulas that you may find useful. Adding Dates You can add some number of days to a date by simply using the =SUM function. Since Excel stores dates as
    a number of days, no further work is required. For example, to add 5 days to 1/1/98, in , use
    which gives 1/6/98. To add a number of months or years to a date, you first need to decompose the initial date into its year, month,
    and day components, add in the desired offset, and then have Excel put the components back together.
    For example, say you have a date in , to which you want to add 3 months and 4 days. You'd use the following formula: =DATE(YEAR(A1), MONTH(A1)+3, DAY(A1)+4) Excel will automatically handle the situation which arises when you pass a number greater than 12 to the MONTH function, or a number greater than 31 to the DAY function.

    79. 14. Floating Point Arithmetic: Issues And Limitations — Python V2.7 Documentat
    You ll see the same kind of thing in all languages that support your hardware s floatingpoint arithmetic (although some languages may not display the
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    14. Floating Point Arithmetic: Issues and Limitations
    Floating-point numbers are represented in computer hardware as base 2 (binary) fractions. For example, the decimal fraction has value 1/10 + 2/100 + 5/1000, and in the same way the binary fraction has value 0/2 + 0/4 + 1/8. These two fractions have identical values, the only real difference being that the first is written in base 10 fractional notation, and the second in base 2. Unfortunately, most decimal fractions cannot be represented exactly as binary fractions. A consequence is that, in general, the decimal floating-point numbers you enter are only approximated by the binary floating-point numbers actually stored in the machine. The problem is easier to understand at first in base 10. Consider the fraction 1/3. You can approximate that as a base 10 fraction: or, better, or, better, Stop at any finite number of bits, and you get an approximation. On a typical machine running Python, there are 53 bits of precision available for a Python float, so the value stored internally when you enter the decimal number is the binary fraction which is close to, but not exactly equal to, 1/10.

    80. Ray's Arithmetic - Ray's Arithmetic
    Ray s Arithmetic was endorsed by over 10000 school boards. Click here to read more about America s math series during the Industrial Revolution!
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      The Ray's math series begins at a preliterate level with counting; then takes the child through addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and so upward until calculus, teaching concepts with thorough explanations followed by ample problem sets. The Ray's series provides a very full-bodied course of mathematics. America's standard math text for 50 years-
      Over 100 million students were educated using it. Ray's Arithmetic was endorsed by over 10,000 school boards. Click here to read more about America's math series during the Industrial Revolution! The Ray's CD is a complete collection of the Ray's Arithmetic textbooks.

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