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Q: What does the word sum mean in maths?

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In maths it means pulsing 2 or more numbers together.

Adding

it means to add or +

Sum means add together. Eg: The sum of two and six is eight.

The mean is usually the arithmetic mean - there are other means in maths. For a set of numbers, the arithmetic mean is the sum of the numbers divided by the number of numbers.

The mean is the average obtained by the sum of many there are divided by how many there are.

the sum in maths is the anwer you get when you add everything together

The term "sum" implies the answer to addition.Example: What is the sum of 10 and 14?10 + 14 = 24

the sum off all the values divided by nxe

The length around a flat figure or the sum of its sides.

It could be either 'sum' or 'add'.

add up all the variables and then divide the sum by the number of variables. that will give you your mean. :)

Add/plus/sum of. For example 2 + 2 = 4

a sum is 'une somme' in French. If you mean sums in a maths lesson, it would be - les opérations.

it mean have to divide it i think

It means to add

The mean is the average, the sum total of the numbers divided by how many numbers there are.

its a shape

The mean of a series of numbers is the average - calculated by added all the numbers in the series and dividing the sum by the number of numbers in the series. Given the set of numbers {1,2,3,4,5}, the sum of these numbers [1+2+3+4+5=15] divided by 5 {n=5}, gives a mean or average of 3.

The word "quad" mean four (4).

the hardest maths sum is the question 6 of the 1988 maths olympiad

If there's some other meaning that is separate from maths, then I don't know it, but the maths answers is; if you add each digit of a number together (in 125 you would do 1+2+5)then you have the sum of its parts

A multiple in a nmber

1) Add up all values 2) Divide by the number of values

Add up all the numbers. Divide that total by the number of numbers you added.