addend

[ad-end, uh-dend]
noun Mathematics.
1.
any of a group of numbers or terms added together to form a sum.
2.
(formerly) a number that is added to another in forming a sum.
Compare augend.


Origin:
1905–10; shortening of addendum

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addend (ˈædɛnd, əˈdɛnd)
 
n
Compare sum any of a set of numbers that is to be added
 
[C20: short for addendum]

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addend   (ād'ěnd')  Pronunciation Key 
A number that is added to another number.
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To win, the player who finds the two prime addends first earns one point and takes player one's place naming the next number.
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