In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1aritmética femininehis arithmetic is poor — está flojo en aritmética
- don't rely on my arithmetic — no te fíes de mis cuentas / cálculos
- I did some quick arithmetic — hice un cálculo rápido
- The arithmetic was simple: only 15% of the population took A-levels and only 10% of these could get an A grade.
- Simple arithmetic surely tells us that, other things being equal, the writer who gives the fans a couple of books a year is going to generate greater revenue.
- Simple arithmetic demonstrates that moving from 31.5 to 42 hours is an increase in working time of 33 per cent.
- However, that arithmetic counts only the cost of the franchise, implicitly assuming a zero cost of developing the transport, etc. necessary to serve that tourist market.
- It made calculations in arithmetic so much easier, let alone the multiplication tables.
- Problems cover the spectrum from basic arithmetic to calculus.
- As you may notice from some simple arithmetic, this means that at current prices, the plane would lose money even if fully loaded.
- If U is a positive integer, we can calculate the function's value by simple arithmetic: Just multiply e by itself U times.
- The Stand and Deliver message, that the touch of a master could bring unmotivated students from arithmetic to calculus in a single year, was preached in schools throughout the nation.
- Instead, they merely checked the arithmetic of their original count.
- Simple arithmetic predicts that funding for pulmonary and critical care research may fall considerably below that of other clinical disciplines in European countries.
- It is not rocket science: just simple arithmetic.
- All you have to do is some simple arithmetic to know the answer.
- Many engineers of his age felt similar, a computer could be used to do calculus and arithmetic, but not do then daunting tasks such as communications and process control.
- Simple arithmetic will dictate that clubs cannot afford to pay a ridiculously high percentage of their income on players' wages.
- Simple arithmetic puts the total monetary penalty at €120 when he could have put it all behind him first day for less than twenty.
- No matter how poor my calculating skills are however, I do know some simple arithmetic.
- This is probably where the $70.00 noted above is lost; however, mistakes in simple arithmetic should not be made in an estimate.
- Simple arithmetic will reveal that an increase in the debt of the state is a bill the taxpayer has to pay.
- If you can't do simple arithmetic, you won't invest wisely.
1(calculation/progression/mean) aritmético(ability) para los números(ability) para la aritmética
- They usually base their self-assessment on their poor performance in school arithmetic tests.
- His income came mainly from his arithmetic textbooks.
- The headmaster for some unknown reason made the whole upper school do an arithmetic paper, the same for all forms.
- La Roche published Larismetique in 1520 which was considered an excellent arithmetic book with good notation for powers and roots.
- We do not get to geometrical or arithmetic objects via any process.
- Early in the course of his computations, Nicely also happened upon a flaw in a Pentium microprocessor that caused certain types of arithmetic errors.
- The simplest operations we could perform on our variable are the arithmetic ones.
- From this point his career really took off although the arithmetic book which he published in that year was not a major factor.
- Among the series al-Umawi considers are arithmetic and geometric series.
- Tartaglia also wrote a popular arithmetic text and was the first Italian translator and publisher of Euclid's Elements in 1543.
- Their test involved a simple arithmetic function called Gauss's modular arithmetic task.
- Thus, this conjecture of Artin was the origin of a wide range of activities in what is now called arithmetic geometry.
- His arithmetic books were used by many mathematicians including Leibniz and Descartes.
- He gave this form of the numerals in his practical arithmetic book written around the beginning of the fourteenth century.
- His arithmetic setting of this result led eventually to the modern abstract theory of algebraic functions.
- It was an elementary arithmetic text which was soon was adopted widely.
- Bradwardine then claims that an arithmetic increase in velocity corresponds with a geometric increase in the original ratio of force to resistance.
- Widman is best remembered for an early arithmetic book in German in 1489 which contains the first appearance of + and - signs.
- This procedure is the reverse of that used by an elegant method of data compression known as arithmetic coding.
- The extent of drill work in arithmetic at his time can be gauged from a page from his first arithmetic workbook.
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