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Definition of the noun aliquant
What does aliquant mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- an integer that is not an exact divisor of some quantity
Alternative definition of the noun aliquant
- [mathematics] An integer that does not divide another into integral parts.
- [chemistry] A sample that has been divided into a set of equal parts, to leave a remainder
Definition of the adjective aliquant
What does aliquant mean as an attribute of a noun?
- [mathematics] Not dividing another specified integer into integral parts.
Aliquant: An aliquant part is an integer that is not an exact divisor of a given quantity. For instance, 7 is an aliquant of 16. All numbers greater than half of a given quantity are aliquants of the given quantity.
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by William Keeling FARNELL
An aliquant is a number not contained in another without a remainder, as 5 of 7, ...
THE ENCYCLOPAEDIC DICTIONARY (1896)
Aliquant is the opposite of aliquot.
by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris
Aliquant is the opposite of aliquot.
Aliquant, al′ikwant, adj. an aliquant part of a number is one that willnotdivide ...
Urania: or, a compleat view of the Heavens; containing the Ancient and modern Astronomy in form of a Dictionary, etc (1754)
by John Hill
The former kind are called the aliquant part: os a quantity, and the others, or those which cannot, by any repetition, be made to produce the whole quantity, are called its aliquant parts. This will be better explained in regard to numbers than to ...
A Mathematical Dictionary (1702)
Or; A Compendious Explication of All Mathematical Terms, Abridged from Monsieur Ozanam, and Others. With a Translation of His Preface; and an Addition of Several Easie and Useful Abstracts; [etc., Etc.] by Joseph Raphson, Jacques Ozanam
Multiple-superpar- t'tent, is when the Antecedent contains theConfequent several times, and moreover an aliquant part of the said Consequent : And if the Antecedent contains theConfequent twice, and moreover • of the fame Consequent, the ...
by Bryan A. Garner
aliquot; aliquant. Aliquant = being a part of a number or quantity but not dividing it without leaving a remainder <4 is an aliquant part of 17> (W3); aliquot = contained an exact number of times in something else <4 is an aliquot part of ...
Chambers's English Dictionary, Pronouncing, Explanatory, and Etymological, with Vocabularies of Scottish Words and Phrases, Americanisms, &c (1893)
by William Chambers
ALIQUANT, ali-kwant, adj. An aliquant part of a number is one that will not divide it without a remainder, thus 5 is an aliquant part of 12. [L. alius, another, and quantus, how great.] ALIQUOT, ali-kwot, adj. An aliquot part of a number is one that ...
a standard reference work for business men and accountants, profusely illustrated with many special forms, tables, and diagrams never before published
A part of a number or quantity which, when dividing this number or quantity, leaves a remainder ; thus 7 is an aliquant part of 20. ALIQUOT. — A part of a number or quantity which divides that number or quantity without leaving a remainder; ...
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Scrabble value of A1L1I1Q10U1A1N1T1
The value of this 8-letter word is 17 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
Anagrams of ALIQUANT
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