radix
ra·dixnoun
pl. radi·ces or ra′dixes- the root of a plant
- radicle
- Linguis. a root, or base
- Math. a number made the base of a system of numbers
Origin of radix
L, root
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radix
noun
pl. rad·i·ces, or ra·dix·es- Biology A root or point of origin.
- Abbr. rad. Mathematics The base of a system of numbers, such as 2 in the binary system and 10 in the decimal system.
Origin of radix
Latin rādīx root ; see wrād- in Indo-European roots.
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radix - Computer Definition
The base value in a numbering system. For example, in the decimal numbering system, the radix is 10.
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