### sum·ma·tion

/səˈmāSH(ə)n/

noun

- the process of adding things together."the summation of numbers of small pieces of evidence"
- the process of summing something up."these will need summation in a single document"

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1. The act or process of forming a sum : addition. 2. Sum, total. 3. Cumulative action or effect. Especially : the process by which a sequence of stimuli that ...

4 days ago · a short, clear description that gives the main facts or ideas about something: He offered his own concise summation of the problem.

A summation is a final review or conclusion, often given in a court of law. As the incompetent lawyer approached the bench for the final time, he told the judge ...

noun · the act or process of summing. · the result of this; an aggregate or total. · a review or recapitulation of previously stated facts or statements, often ...

1. the act or process of summing up, or of finding a total 2. a total or aggregate 3. the final summing up of arguments, as in a court trial or debate.

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In mathematics, summation is the addition of a sequence of numbers, called addends or summands; the result is their sum or total.

Summation is a mathematical symbology used to represent successive sums of terms in a sequence. It is commonly used to represent formulas and expressions ...

(mathematics) summing; summing up; adding (adding up) of a series of items. Derived terms. edit · Abel's summation formula · Borel summation ...

summation · [usually singular] (formal) a summary of what has been done or said · (formal) a collection of different parts that forms a complete account or ...

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SUMMATION meaning: 1 : a brief description of the most important information about something; 2 : a final speech made by a lawyer in a court of law to give ...

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