Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In arithmetic, a number that is to be reduced.

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Examples

  • Where m appears in the name of a reducend, me shall have to take as major that premiss which before was minor, and vice versa-in other words, to transpose the premisses, m stands for mutatio or metathesis.

    Deductive Logic

  • ยง 678. s, when it follows one of the premisses of a reducend, indicates that the premiss in question must be simply converted; when it follows the conclusion, as in Disamis, it indicates that the conclusion arrived at in the first figure is not identical in form with the original conclusion, but capable of being inferred from it by simple conversion.

    Deductive Logic

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