The breakdown of the overall number of computations per mathematical operation
is shown in Figure 6.
Guerrero and Palomaa assert that teachers can promote a richer understanding of numbers and mathematical operations
if they use these intermediate procedures created by children themselves as building blocks for instruction.
The present study also shows that children face tremendous problems in translating words in to mathematical operations
Mean confidence ratings are plotted in Figure 5 as a function of source of feedback, experimental period, and mathematical operation
In formats that use DCT to compress files, a mathematical operation
is applied to blocks of original data.
All these models involve more complicated mathematical operation
than does OLS.
If Aurelia is a financial whiz, capable of "the most difficult and intricate mathematical operation
," it is because her lover's scorn has turned her into a monster.
Hashing is a mathematical operation
which converts the clear-text password into an irreversible hash-value of the password.
being a property of a mathematical operation
(as addition or multiplication) in which the result does not depend on the order of the elements <The commutative property of addition states that 1 + 2 and 2 + 1 will both have a sum of 3.
Presenting a mathematical operation
in an equivalent form
Applying emotional learning has advantages such as less performing mathematical operation
, high speed in calculation and easily meeting different requirements, which makes it into one of the effective methods in controlling and decision making.
Beyond simple calculations, one often cannot connect a specific mathematical operation
to a need.
The discovery is based on a mathematical operation
that transforms a clockwise helix into a counterclockwise one, or vice versa.
2 : being a mathematical operation
that is opposite in effect to another operation <Multiplication is the inverse operation of division.
A mathematical operation
* is commutative if a * b = b * a for all a and b.