﻿ Definition of Arithmos. Meaning of Arithmos. Synonyms of Arithmos

# Definition of Arithmos. Meaning of Arithmos. Synonyms of Arithmos

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## Definition of Arithmos

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## Meaning of Arithmos from wikipedia

- Karlsruhe Accurate Arithmetic (KAA) or Karlsruhe Accurate Arithmetic Approach (KAAA), augments conventional floating-point arithmetic with good error behaviour...
- The number of the beast (Gr****: Ἀριθμὸς τοῦ θηρίου, Arithmos tou Thēriou) is ****ociated with the Beast of Revelation in chapter 13, verse 18 of Book of...
- Arithmetic (from the Gr**** ἀριθμός arithmos, 'number' and τική [τέχνη], tiké [téchne], 'art') is a branch of mathematics that consists of the study of...
- HR12345678901 – utilising ISO 7064, MOD 11-10 Cyprus Αριθμός Εγγραφής Φ.Π.Α. Arithmós Engraphḗs phi. pi. a. ΦΠΑ CY 9 characters – e.g. CY99999999L Czech Republic...
- literally meaning, "ratio-number," from logos "proportion, ratio, word" + arithmos "number". The common logarithm of a number is the index of that power of...
- (Gr****: Βίγλα, "guard watch", from Latin: vigilia), also known as the Arithmos (Gr****: Ἀριθμός, "Number") and in English as the Watch, was one of the...
- system". In the 15th century, under the influence of the Gr**** word ἀριθμός (arithmos), 'number' (cf. 'arithmetic'), the Latin word was altered to algorithmus...
- Old High German rīm, ultimately cognate to Old Irish rím, Gr**** ἀριθμός arithmos "number". Alternatively, the Old French words may derive from Latin rhythmus...
- ubiquitous translation of “arithmos” as “number” and the transformation in the notion of number from its originalarithmosmeaning to "ratio" that occurred...
- the United States, while isarithm (Ancient Gr****: ἀριθμός, romanized: arithmos, lit. 'number') had become common in Europe. Additional alternatives, including...