The mathematics of numbers (integers, rational numbers, real numbers, or complex numbers) under the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. (noun)
Of, relating to, or using arithmetic; arithmetical. (adjective)
Examples of word arithmetic
Hollyhock sat down to the midday meal at The Garden in exceedingly low spirits, but her father had now got through what she called his arithmetic, and was full of mirth.
But that kind of arithmetic is not from the Spirit.
He needs to crawl back under the rock he came out from under. arithmetic is liberal
In that proof, the expressive power of arithmetic is needed to get self-reference and incompleteness.
I think you may have just proved that arithmetic is indeed liberal.
That road you use to drive to your klan meetings was probably paid for with CA dollars .... show some respect. arithmetic is liberal
The use of Peano arithmetic is fairly pervasive in mathematical physics, hence, at first sight, this appears to be highly damaging to the prospects for a final Theory of Everything in physics.
Hopeless cnn you are part of it ...!!!!!!!!!! arithmetic is liberal
Moreover, whilst Peano arithmetic is axiomatizable, there is a particular model of Peano arithmetic, whose theory is typically referred to as Number theory, which Godel demonstrated to be undecidable and non-axiomatizable.