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Noun
Plural for the total amount of something that exists
“The Bellini is an idea not the sum of its content.”
Noun
Plural for an arithmetical problem, especially at an elementary level
“Finally work out the left most sum in the same way and again place the resulting addition one place to the left under the 486.”
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Plural for a particular amount of money
“Even higher risk are products such as derivatives where investors put up only a small margin of the overall investment amount but are liable for the total sum should the market move against them.”
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Plural for the total amount resulting from the addition of two or more numbers, amounts, or items
“A more careful analysis can be given to show that the sum of this series is 23.10345, to five decimal places.”
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Plural for a short statement of the main points
“… the district attorney delivered a sum of the evidence against the accused that was simply staggering.”
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Plural for the highest part or point
“… he declared that he had reached the sum of joy when his newborn daughter was laid in his arms.”
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“He handed over a smaller sum to creditors.”
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Plural for the central part or aspect of something under consideration
Verb
Find the sum of (two or more amounts)
“… can sum figures in his head faster than I can punch them into a calculator.”
Noun
Formulas derived through calculation
Noun
The act or process of performing mathematical operations
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Arithmetical calculations
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The mathematics of numbers (integers, rational numbers, real numbers, or complex numbers) under the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
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The action or process of calculating or estimating something
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