Definition of Arithmetic

(mathematics) Of, relating to, or using arithmetic; arithmetical. | (arithmetic) Of a progression, mean, etc, computed solely using addition. | The mathematics of numbers (integers, rational numbers, real numbers, or complex numbers) under the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

- The theorems of cardinal
**arithmetic**are frequently used in ordinary conversation. - The first thing was to count them, a great process of
**arithmetic**to most of them. - She knew only abstractly by the way of her
**arithmetic**that such vast sums of money existed. - Calculation of kind, quantity, and cost of material to be worked out in an
**arithmetic**lesson. - There is a school, for teaching reading, writing, and
**arithmetic**to the boys from without.... - No rule in Arithmetic is plainer than this law of Sociology, and Nationalism is its expression.
- How many bodies there may be revolving about the sun we have no means to determine or
**arithmetic**to express. - Philosophical truth is no sum in
**arithmetic**to be totted up so that the answer is thus formally and finally correct or incorrect. - Here is another little sum in
**arithmetic**which will explain more than a lengthy disputation upon the subject of our national ruin. - She is taught the art and the rules of these useful employments the same as those of reading, writing and
**arithmetic**in the school room. - He wrote a number of works on mathematics, including excellent text-books on
**arithmetic**and algebra. - A simple sum of compound addition puzzled the man who, an hour before, could have gone through the whole of the
**arithmetic**in his sleep. - At last he suddenly waked up and began to get top-marks not only in Arithmetic but in every other subject as well.
- Stanford achievement test, Intermediate and advanced
**arithmetic**tests; directions for administering. - SEE Stretch, Lorena B. Arithmetic for today, a combination text and exercise book.
- Other miscellaneous routines handle
**arithmetic**processes, e.g., number conversions, and communication with the input or output devices. - Harry, who was toiling over his
**arithmetic**under the cedar, with the help of a tutor from Riebenbridge and a box of counters, obeyed with alacrity. - A girl who is stupid at mathematics becomes the first mathematician of her class if she by chance meets somebody who can explain to her the elements of
**arithmetic**which she did not understand. - Why are not the application of these laws to the management of infants and young children as important to a woman as the application of the rules of
**arithmetic**to the extraction of the cube root? - In order to make himself more proficient in calculating astronomical tables he studied
**arithmetic**and geometry, and learned mathematics without the aid of a master.

- What are they in the
**arithmetic**of eternity! - Felix has worked all his
**arithmetic**problems by himself. - Standard service
**arithmetic**workbook. - Hundred-problem
**arithmetic**test. - He knows more
**arithmetic**than many children. - Standard service
**arithmetic**work-book. - And soon their
**arithmetic**looks very shabby indeed. - Dry logic of
**arithmetic**asserted itself and Ben noted it. - Standard service
**arithmetic**work-book Grades 6-8. - It is also part of the Arithmetic Element.
- His famous
**arithmetic**appeared in 1677 and went through many editions. - SEE Crathorne, A. R. Arithmetic we use.
- Stanford achievement test, Intermediate
**arithmetic**tests; test and key. - The Accumulator is the main register of the Arithmetic Element.
- KNIGHT, F. B. Arithmetic for the emergency.
- CLARK, JOHN R. Hundred-problem
**arithmetic**test. - MERTON, ELDA L. Arithmetic we use.
- SEE Ruch, G. M. Standard service
**arithmetic**workbook. - SEE Ruch, G. M. Standard service
**arithmetic**workbook. - And
**arithmetic**is something you do not understand," pursued Miss Pinshon.