# theoretical arithmetic

theoretical arithmetic
arithmetic (def. 2).

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• theoretical arithmetic — /θiəˌrɛtɪkəl əˈrɪθmətɪk/ (say theeuh.retikuhl uh rithmuhtik) noun → arithmetic (def. 2) …

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