arithmetic

[ noun uh-rith-muh-tik; adjective ar-ith-met-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF arithmetic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARITHMETIC

He had his slate-pencil and arithmetic book, and prepared himself to do his examples.

Only arithmetic now, and he would be through with the working part of the day.

I am studying spelling, geography, arithmetic, and the Third Reader.

She looked at the book, which looked exactly like Colburn's Arithmetic.

Can we deny that a warrior should have a knowledge of arithmetic?

The pure part consists of arithmetic, mensuration, and weighing.

Thus we have two arts of arithmetic, and two of mensuration.

I will make my meaning clearer by an example:—You admit that there is an art of arithmetic?

After its own law and not by arithmetic is the rate of its progress to be computed.

For you, O broker, there is no other principle but arithmetic.

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