denary

ADJECTIVE
  1. containing ten or ten parts
  2. numbered or proceeding by tens; based on ten
    the decimal system
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How To Use denary In A Sentence

  • The denary (about fifteen cents) was a third more than the daily pay of a Roman soldier. The New Testament of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The common English version, corrected by the final committee of the American Bible Union.
  • It is unnecessary for us ordinarily to state that we are using the denary scale, because this is always understood in the common affairs of life. Amusements in Mathematics
  • Whatever preoperative adjustments Arterton required were a smashing success, as the actress bears almost no resemblance to the duodenary-digited, crumple-eared duckling she was in her youth. xml's Blinklist.com
  • a chump of the evums, upshoot of picnic or stupor out of sopor, Cave of Kids or Hyma-nian Glattstoneburg, denary, danery, donnery, Finnegans Wake
  • To be noted here is once again the forward shift of one duodenary cycle.
  • Aug.: Yet not without reason did the Lord say, "Seventy times seven;" for the Law is set forth in ten precepts; and the Law is signified by the number ten, sin by eleven, because it is passing the denary line. Catena Aurea - Gospel of Matthew
  • You can convert a number in any number system to a denary number using this calculation.
  • Convert the following denary numbers to base 8.
  • It is working in the denary (or ten) scale of notation, a system undoubtedly derived from the fact that our forefathers who devised it had ten fingers upon which they were accustomed to count, like our children of to-day. Amusements in Mathematics
  • Base 9 is called nonary, Base 10 is called denary or decimal, continued below…
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