Definition of Summations

1. Noun. (plural of summation) ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Summations

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Literary usage of Summations

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1. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1913)
"MAGIC SQUARES MADE WITH PRIME NUMBERS TO HAVE THE LOWEST POSSIBLE summations. In making magic squares of all orders with prime numbers it is evident that ..."

2. Atharva-veda Saṁhitā by William Dwight Whitney (1904)
"The summations become somewhat more elaborate and less harmonious in the later ... A peculiar matter to be noted in connection with the summations just ..."

3. Atharva-veda Saṁhitā by William Dwight Whitney, Charles Rockwell Lanman (1905)
"The summations become somewhat more elaborate and less harmonious in the later ... A peculiar matter to be noted in connection with the summations just ..."

4. Atharva-veda Saṁhitā by William Dwight Whitney (1905)
"The summations become somewhat more elaborate and less harmonious in the later ... A peculiar matter to be noted in connection with the summations just ..."

5. Introduction to Mathematical Statistics by Carl Joseph West (1918)
"summations. The following exercises are intended for practice in using summations and should be carefully worked through in order that a comprehension of ..."

6. Electromagnetic Theory by Oliver Heaviside (1893)
"Five Examples of the Operation of V in Transforming from Surface to Volume summations. §130. Returning to the theorem (147), or 2F(N) = 2/, ..."

7. An Elementary Course in the Integral Calculus by Daniel Alexander Murray (1898)
"It will be found that the elements in the summations which follow are infinitesimals of a higher order than those which have been met with heretofore. FIG. ..."

8. Plane Surveying: A Text and Reference Book for the Use of Students in by Paul Cook Nugent (1902)
"summations of the Latitudes and the Longitudes.— It is evident that if we stand at any point of a closed traverse and proceed around it, stopping at the ..."