# Difference between revisions of "Arithmetic"

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− | '''Arithmetic''' is a branch of mathematics | + | '''Arithmetic''' is a branch of mathematics and their basic properties under the [[operation]]s of [[addition]], [[subtraction]], [[multiplication]] and [[division]] and [[exponents]]as well as percents radicals fractions and decimals |

In general, more basic properties of the integers belong to arithmetic while deeper or more difficult results belong to [[number theory]], but the boundary is not extremely clear. For instance, [[modular arithmetic]] might be considered part of arithmetic as well as part of [[number theory]]. | In general, more basic properties of the integers belong to arithmetic while deeper or more difficult results belong to [[number theory]], but the boundary is not extremely clear. For instance, [[modular arithmetic]] might be considered part of arithmetic as well as part of [[number theory]]. | ||

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One of the earlier arithmetic devices was the [[abacus]]. | One of the earlier arithmetic devices was the [[abacus]]. | ||

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+ | Arithmetic comes from the Greek word arithmos, "number" and tiké [téchne], "art") | ||

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## Revision as of 17:31, 13 January 2019

**Arithmetic** is a branch of mathematics and their basic properties under the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division and exponentsas well as percents radicals fractions and decimals

In general, more basic properties of the integers belong to arithmetic while deeper or more difficult results belong to number theory, but the boundary is not extremely clear. For instance, modular arithmetic might be considered part of arithmetic as well as part of number theory.

One of the earlier arithmetic devices was the abacus.

accoring to wikipedia
Arithmetic comes from the Greek word arithmos, "number" and tiké [téchne], "art")
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