from The Century Dictionary.
- According to the rules, principles, or method of arithmetic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb Conformably to the principles or methods of arithmetic.
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- adverb In an
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- adverb with respect to arithmetic
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What I was suggesting was that the ratio of government spending to real GDP would be reduced arithmetically by an increase in the denominator.
To begin with, I owe so much in back taxes that it is very nearly impossible arithmetically to even the score by writing, and I have acquired other personal, moral, and financial responsibilities.
Getting from there to anywhere close to here by "worker activism, new laws and court decisions" seems arithmetically impossible, even if somehow 100% of the entire economic output of the nation had been directed to work compensation and improving workplace conditions. ivan: Yes, a weaker claim would have been less the perfect self-caricature that so tickled our host.
Is it arithmetically possible to be relegated on 64 points or more?
(Winning control is probably arithmetically impossible.)
He treated us around from behind the bar, and I decided that he had arithmetically evened things up handsomely.
And bringing down the deficit by spending cuts alone, particularly cuts in annually appropriated domestic spending, is, well, arithmetically challenging.
That's a remarkable eight out of 10 games finishing all square 80% for the arithmetically challenged.
But without a referendum now (and arithmetically it seems for now undeliverable), I'd say until 2014, co-incidentally Bannockburn 700!
Malthus famously argued that in a world in which economies grew arithmetically and population grew geometrically, mass want would be inevitable.