Calculandum meaning

(formal, rare) An equation, ratio, or other quantitative problem designated for calculation; “that which is to be calculated”.
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Origin of calculandum

A substantivisation in English of the Latin calculandum (the nominative neuter singular form of calculandus, “which is to be calculated”, “which is to be computed”, the future passive participle (gerundive) of calculō, “I calculate”, “I compute”), on the pattern of analysandum, cogitandum, explicandum, memorandum, etc.