ENHANCED SECOND EDITION Second Edition Enhancements *Total number of pages is more than I edition. *The flow of information is very much enhanced. *The alignment of binary conversion to decenary conversion and so on is improved. *Classification of numbers is given diagrammatically. *Fun with addition is introduced. *Special multiplications, fun triangles and funny multiplications are introduced. *More special numbers with powers and power triangles are introduced. *More information about prime numbers and divisibility tests are introduced. *More information about the formation of palindrome numbers is introduced. *More information about the polygonal numbers with diagrammatic representation and classification of polygonal numbers is introduced. *Magic hexagon is introduced. MAIN FEATURES >Important arithmetic terms and definitions >Lucid explanation of termilogies >Glossary of arithmetic numbers >Comparative study of mathematical properties >Understanding explanation of basic arithmetic for competitive examinations >Clearly an enchanting arithmetic book for further studies >Understand arithmetic logic by doing differently >Companion for elementary to Professional levels of students Mathematics is an important subject without which we cant imagine the modern world of science and techlogy. In mathematics, arithmetic is the back bone of mathematical sciences. Here we deal with some basic concepts of arithmetic and their applications which you will also feel enchanting and make more interesting to read a lot. The approach could be different than rmal. This book is written in a simple language with examples, and definitions for easy understanding of the readers from various backgrounds. We hope this book will provide a better understanding of concepts in arithmetic. 1. Basic arithmetic 2. Addition 3. Subtraction 4. Multiplication 5. Powers 6. Division 7. Palindrome numbers 8. Arithmetic of zero and infinity 9. Sequences and series 10. Polygonal numbers 11. Magic mathematics Subject index ACentered triangular prime Absolute property Centered cube number Abundant number Centered dodecahedral number Additive property Centered icosahedral number Algebra Centered icosidigonal number Amicable numberCentered icosiheptagonal number Anti commutative propertyCentered icosihexagonal number Arithmetic operations Centered icosinagonal number Arithmetic progressionCentered icosioctagonal number Armstrong numberCentered icosipentagonal number Ascending number see Climbing number Centered icositetragonal number Automorphic numberCentered icositrigonal number BCentered octahedral number Binary number Centered tetrahedral number Binary system Centered triacontagonal number Bipolygonal numberCentered tridecagonal number BODMASChenshuwen's sequence Branches of arithmetic Circular prime CClimbing number Captive zero Closure property Cardinal number Columnwise addition Carol prime Commutative property Centered decagonal numberComplementary number Centered decagonal prime Complex number Centered dodecagonal numberComposite number Centered hendecagonal numberConsecutive number Centered heptadecagonal numberCoprime number Centered heptagonal numberCousin prime Centered hexadecagonal numberCube number Centered hexagonal numberCube root Centered icosagonal numberCullen number Centered icosihenagonal numberCyclic number Centered nadecagonal numberD Centered nagonal numberDecagonal number Centered octadecagonal numberDecagonal pyramidal number Centered octagonal numberDecenary system Centered pentadecagonal numberDecimal number Centered pentagonal numberDeficient number Centered pentagonal square number Demlo number Centered square numberDeminator Centered square prime Descending number Centered tetradecagonal numberDeterminative property AND THROUGH TO C TO Z
About the author: Looking at Arithmetic from different angle is what Mr.R. Sridharan M.Sc., B.Ed., (Senior Instructor to the B.E. and B.Tech. students in the Department of Chemistry at Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Viswa Maha Vidyalaya University, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu.) has done in this book.Though the core subject of the author is Chemistry, he is interested in the areas of Mathematics especially in Arithmetic and there is a lot of terms in this book that normal arithmetics books would not discuss for want of standardisation.