[ UK /ɹˈe‍ɪdɪks/ ]
  1. (numeration system) the positive integer that is equivalent to one in the next higher counting place
    10 is the radix of the decimal system
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How To Use radix In A Sentence

  • Objective To investigate the chronic toxicity of Compound Radix Angelicae Dahuricae capsule.
  • Luc ët ðë riisënt Jhëërmën modificeixën, it traid të regiëlëraiz ðë speliñ böt respectiñ ðë tradixën, ënd ðë risoolt wëz disëpointiñ, insted ëv put ðë loñ vawëlz in ounli wön wei (för instans döbliñ ðem), ðei hëv nau tripël consënënts (laic “Programmmusik”). English spelling reform | Linguism | Language Blog
  • * Fides tanquam radix imbre suscepto haeret in animae solo; ut cum per legem Dei excoli coeperit surgant in ea rami qui fructus operum ferant. Pneumatologia
  • Multiply the decimal fraction by the radix (number base).
  • This would be, inconsonantly enough, the radix of the onslaught.
  • Pertaining to a fixed radix numeration system , having a radix of twelve.
  • True radicals are much rarer -- after all, the word derives from radix, meaning root. A thoughtful post (as usual) ...
  • Objective To investigate the cochlea toxicity radix panacis quinquefolii by animal experiment.
  • By the way, is _radix_ perhaps derived from [Sanskrit: rad] (_rad_), a tooth (from the fang-like form of roots), whence _rodere_ and possibly _radius_? Notes and Queries, Number 52, October 26, 1850 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc
  • STANDARD FORM A numeral in standard power-of-10 notation is written as follows: m: n  10z where the dot (.) is a period, written on the base line (not a raised dot indicating multiplication), and is called the radix point or decimal point. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
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