Radix

== Etymology == Commonly used numeral systems include: For a complete list, see List of numeral systems. The octal, hexadecimal and base-64 systems are often used in computing because of their ease as shorthand for binary. For example, every hexadecimal digit has an equivalent 4 digit binary number. Radices are usually natural numbers. However, ot...
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Radix

• (n.) A finite expression, from which a series is derived. • (n.) A primitive word, from which spring other words; a radical; a root; an etymon. • (n.) The root of a plant. • (n.) A number or quantity which is arbitrarily made the fundamental number of any system; a base. Thus, 10 is the radix, or base, of the common system of ...
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radix

(ra┬┤diks) Latin word meaning root; a term used in anatomy.
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Radix

[gastropod] Radix is a genus of air-breathing freshwater snails, aquatic pulmonate gastropods in the family Lymnaeidae, the pond snails. The genus Radix has a Palaearctic distribution. == Phylogeny == Correa et al. (2010) confirmed that the placement of these species within the genus Radix reflected their phylogenetic relationship. A cladog...
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Radix

Ra'dix (rā'dĭks) noun ; plural Latin Radices (răd'ĭ*sēz), English Radixes (rā'dĭks*ĕz). [ Latin radix , -icis , root. See Radish .] 1. (Philol.) A primitive word, from which spring other wor...
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Radix

From the Latin, literally root. A natal horoscope.
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radix

Latin = root.
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Radix

Radix, also referred to as Radix neo-Reichian education, is an instructional method designed to teac
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Radix

Root.
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radix

root; root-number or numerical base; root word or stem
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radix

Type: Term Pronunciation: rā′diks, rā-di′sis, rad′ĭ-sēz or rā-dī′sēz Definitions: 1. The hypothetical size of the birth cohort in a life table, commonly 1,000 or 100,000. Synonyms: root1, root of tooth
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