¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Summations

**1.** summation [n] - See also: summation

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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 ..."