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A quantity to which the addend is added.
[Latin augendum, a thing to be increased, from neuter gerundive of augēre, to increase; see aug- in Indo-European roots.]
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(Mathematics) a number to which another number, the addend, is added
[from Latin augendum that is to be increased, from augēre to increase]
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au•gend(ˈɔ dʒɛnd, ɔˈdʒɛnd)
a number to which another is added in forming a sum.
[1905–10; < Latin augendum, augēre to increase]
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