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addition

(ă-di′shŏn) [L. addere, to add]
In chemistry, a reaction in which two substances unite without loss of atoms or valence.
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But V ' is a symmetry of a [[sigma].sup.d] element with its center at x, so the second addend is null.
Likewise, the last addend in (A8) is nonnegative, because (1 - [[psi].sup.I]) has conditional mean zero and is nonnegatively correlated with (q' - 1) (both are non-decreasing with z').
In one approach, the addends are converted to rectangular form; the addition is performed; and then the result is transformed back into polar form.
The first addend represents the cost of the first read.
So, in both papers, the code length equals log i to within an addend 0(log log).
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Here, the students used the different representations and the connection to the doubles fact (4 + 4) to note the relation between the addends and the sum--when one addend is increased while the other is decreased by the same amount, the sum remains the same.
3.5 points--Counts on (labels one addend and counts forward from that amount)
Given that the lesson was for first graders, who generally are developing their understanding that a number can be made up of a variety of two-addend (or in this case, multiple addend) combinations, the task was a high cognitive demand task.
The first addend is clearly the non-relativistic component l[??] of angular momentum already found in [7], the latter yields an additional component l'[??]/2 of angular momentum.
In order to find the friend's weight, the students either utilized the hundreds chart, symbolically represented the problem with the missing addend (see Figure 6a), or counted by using tally marks (see Figure 6b).