# Another word for computation

# Another word for computation

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Noun

The act, process, or result of calculating

- The act, process, or result of calculating.
- Careful, often cunning estimation and planning of likely outcomes, especially to advance one's own interests.
- (Countable) Reckoning, estimate.

- The act, process, or result of calculating.
- Careful, often cunning estimation and planning of likely outcomes, especially to advance one's own interests.
- (Countable) Reckoning, estimate.

- The act of one who reckons; count or computation
- The act or process of calculating the position of a ship or an aircraft.
- A measuring of possibilities for the future; calculated guess

- The act of one who reckons; count or computation
- The act or process of calculating the position of a ship or an aircraft.
- A measuring of possibilities for the future; calculated guess

See also:Arithmetic calculations

- Knowledge of or skill in this science
- The science or art of computing by positive real numbers, specif. by adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing
- The mathematics of integers, rational numbers, real numbers, or complex numbers under addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

- Knowledge of or skill in this science
- The science or art of computing by positive real numbers, specif. by adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing
- The mathematics of integers, rational numbers, real numbers, or complex numbers under addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

- (--- Informal) A general quantity of money as expressed by a specified number of digits
- A written or printed symbol representing something other than a letter, especially a number.
- The symbol for a number

- (--- Informal) A general quantity of money as expressed by a specified number of digits
- A written or printed symbol representing something other than a letter, especially a number.
- The symbol for a number

- A member of any of the following sets of mathematical objects: integers, rational numbers, real numbers, and complex numbers. These sets can be derived from the positive integers through various algebraic and analytic constructions.
- A position in an ordered sequence that corresponds to one of the positive integers:
- A numeral or a series of numerals used for reference or identification:

- A member of any of the following sets of mathematical objects: integers, rational numbers, real numbers, and complex numbers. These sets can be derived from the positive integers through various algebraic and analytic constructions.
- A position in an ordered sequence that corresponds to one of the positive integers:
- A numeral or a series of numerals used for reference or identification:

See also:

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Noun

A computing

- Careful, often cunning estimation and planning of likely outcomes, especially to advance one's own interests.
- The act, process, or result of calculating.
- (Countable) Reckoning, estimate.

- The act, process, or result of calculating.
- (Countable) Reckoning, estimate.

- The storing or processing of data by a computer.
- Any of many techniques in which data is retrieved, stored, classified, manipulated, transmitted and/or reported in such a way as to generate information; especially such processing using computers.
- The rapid recording and handling of large amounts of information, as business data, by means of mechanical or, esp., computer equipment

- The storing or processing of data by a computer.
- Any of many techniques in which data is retrieved, stored, classified, manipulated, transmitted and/or reported in such a way as to generate information; especially such processing using computers.
- The rapid recording and handling of large amounts of information, as business data, by means of mechanical or, esp., computer equipment

- The act of one who reckons; count or computation
- The act or process of calculating the position of a ship or an aircraft.
- A measuring of possibilities for the future; calculated guess

- The act of one who reckons; count or computation
- The act or process of calculating the position of a ship or an aircraft.
- A measuring of possibilities for the future; calculated guess

Result of computing

- An amount obtained by addition; a sum.
- The whole amount or number; sum; aggregate
- The whole amount of something; the entirety:

- An amount obtained by addition; a sum.
- The whole amount or number; sum; aggregate
- The whole amount of something; the entirety:

- An amount of money:
- The whole amount, quantity, or number; an aggregate:
- The result obtained by adding numbers or quantities; total

- An amount of money:
- The whole amount, quantity, or number; an aggregate:
- The result obtained by adding numbers or quantities; total

- (--- Mathematics) A geometric form consisting of any combination of points, lines, or planes:
- (Rhetoric) figure of speech
- An amount represented in numbers:

- (--- Mathematics) A geometric form consisting of any combination of points, lines, or planes:
- (Rhetoric) figure of speech
- An amount represented in numbers:

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The number of eggs laid is enormous, one computation putting it at twenty thousand.

Actiaca Aera was a computation of time from the battle of Actium.

It is not known for what reason the alteration was made; but it is conjectured that it was for the purpose of causing a newfrevolution of the cycle of nineteen years (which was introduced into the ecclesiastical computation about this time by Anatolius, bishop of Hierapolis) to begin with the first year of the reign of Diocletian.

Much labour was bestowed by him upon facilitating the computation of the movements of the asteroids.

This computation attained currency among the later Jews (Josephus and others; cf.

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