Radix meaning

rādĭks
(mathematics) The base of a system of numbers, such as 2 in the binary system and 10 in the decimal system.
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The root of a plant.
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(linguis.) A root, or base.
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(biology) A root or point of origin.
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(math.) A number made the base of a system of numbers.
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(biology) A root or point of origin.
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(mathematics) The base of a system of numbers, such as 2 in the binary system and 10 in the decimal system.
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(biology) The primary or beginning portion of a part or organ, as of a nerve at its origin from the brainstem or spinal cord.
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(mathematics) The base of a system of numbers, such as 2 in the binary system and 10 in the decimal system.
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The base value in a numbering system. For example, in the decimal numbering system, the radix is 10.
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A primitive word, from which other words spring.
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(biology) A root.
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(mathematics) The number of distinct symbols used to represent numbers in a particular base, as 10 for decimal.
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A taxonomic genus within the family Lymnaeidae "” several freshwater gastropods.
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Origin of radix

  • Latin rādīx root wrād- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin radix (“a root")

    From Wiktionary