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Duodecimal

Duodecimal Du`o*dec"i*mal, a. [L. duodecim twelve. See Dozen.] Proceeding in computation by twelves; expressed in the scale of twelves. -- Du`o*dec"i*mal*ly, adv.

Duodecimal Du`o*dec"i*mal, a. [L. duodecim twelve. See Dozen.] Proceeding in computation by twelves; expressed in the scale of twelves. -- Du`o*dec"i*mal*ly, adv.

Duodecimal

Duodecimal Du`o*dec"i*mal, n. 1. A twelfth part; as, the duodecimals of an inch. 2. pl. (Arch.) A system of numbers, whose denominations rise in a scale of twelves, as of feet and inches. The system is used chiefly by artificers in computing the superficial and solid contents of their work.

Duodecimal Du`o*dec"i*mal, n. 1. A twelfth part; as, the duodecimals of an inch. 2. pl. (Arch.) A system of numbers, whose denominations rise in a scale of twelves, as of feet and inches. The system is used chiefly by artificers in computing the superficial and solid contents of their work.

- The duodecimal system (also known as base 12, dozenal, or rarely uncial) is a positional notation numeral system using twelve as its base. The number twelve...

- Duodecimal system may refer to: duodecimal, a base-12 number system Dewey Decimal Cl****ification, a misspelling of the library code...

- following 71 and preceding 73. It is half a gross or 6 dozen (i.e., 60 in duodecimal). Seventy-two is the sum of four consecutive primes (13 + 17 + 19 + 23)...

- rudimentary duodecimal nomenclature, such as "two gross six dozen" for 360. Ancient Romans used a decimal system for integers, but switched to duodecimal for...

- example, produces the additional symmetries of 3/E; some variants of duodecimal systems also have this and a symmetrical x). Unlike palindromes, it is...

- any number under 18. The use of twelve as a base number, known as the duodecimal system (also as dozenal), originated in Mesopotamia (see also ****agesimal)...

- language Dek (news), subhead Dek, a proposed name for digit 10 (↊) in duodecimal DEK (gene), a human gene Dek, Qazvin, a village in Iran German Evangelical...

- first vigesimal power, dozen, gross and great gross for the first three duodecimal powers), no English name describes the hexadecimal powers (decimal 16...

- superior highly composite number, many of the arguments made in favor of the duodecimal system also apply to base-6. In turn, the senary logic refers to an extension...

- for whole numbers, reflecting how they counted in Latin, they used a duodecimal system for fractions, because the divisibility of twelve (12 = 22 × 3)...

- Duodecimal system may refer to: duodecimal, a base-12 number system Dewey Decimal Cl****ification, a misspelling of the library code...

- following 71 and preceding 73. It is half a gross or 6 dozen (i.e., 60 in duodecimal). Seventy-two is the sum of four consecutive primes (13 + 17 + 19 + 23)...

- rudimentary duodecimal nomenclature, such as "two gross six dozen" for 360. Ancient Romans used a decimal system for integers, but switched to duodecimal for...

- example, produces the additional symmetries of 3/E; some variants of duodecimal systems also have this and a symmetrical x). Unlike palindromes, it is...

- any number under 18. The use of twelve as a base number, known as the duodecimal system (also as dozenal), originated in Mesopotamia (see also ****agesimal)...

- language Dek (news), subhead Dek, a proposed name for digit 10 (↊) in duodecimal DEK (gene), a human gene Dek, Qazvin, a village in Iran German Evangelical...

- first vigesimal power, dozen, gross and great gross for the first three duodecimal powers), no English name describes the hexadecimal powers (decimal 16...

- superior highly composite number, many of the arguments made in favor of the duodecimal system also apply to base-6. In turn, the senary logic refers to an extension...

- for whole numbers, reflecting how they counted in Latin, they used a duodecimal system for fractions, because the divisibility of twelve (12 = 22 × 3)...

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