# sum+total

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**Total bases**— In baseball statistics, total bases refers to the number of bases a player has gained with hits, i.e. the sum of his/her hits weighted by 1 for a single, 2 for a double, 3 for a triple and 4 for a home run.Only bases attained from hits count… …102

**Total pressure**— The term total pressure may refer to:* The pressure in a mixture of ideal gases, sum of each gas partial pressure * The Bernoilli pressure, the sum of stagnation pressure and hydrostatic pressure difference …103

**sum up**— Synonyms and related words: abbreviate, abridge, abstract, add up, battologize, bob, boil down, capsulize, cast up, cipher up, clip, compress, condense, contract, count up, crop, curtail, cut, cut back, cut down, cut off short, cut short, detail …104

**total**— I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Medieval Latin totalis, from Latin totus whole, entire Date: 14th century 1. comprising or constituting a whole ; entire < the total amount > 2. absolute, utter < a total failure …105

**Total boron**— The total boron (BT) is the sum of boron species in a solution. In the environment these species usually include boric acid and borate, for example:BT = [H2BO3−] + [H3BO3] where,BT is the total boron concentration [H2BO3−] is the dihydrogen… …106

**Total Utility**— The aggregate level of satisfaction or fulfillment that a consumer receives through the consumption of a specific good or service. Each individual unit of a good or service has its own marginal utility, and the total utility is simply the sum of… …107

**total**— to•tal [[t]ˈtoʊt l[/t]] adj. n. v. taled, tal•ing (esp. brit.) talled, tal•ling. 1) constituting or comprising the whole; entire: the total expenditure[/ex] 2) of or pertaining to the whole of something: the total effect of a play[/ex] 3)… …108

**sum up**— verb Date: 15th century transitive verb 1. to be the sum of ; bring to a total < 10 victories summed up his record > 2. a. to present or show succinctly ; summarize < sum up the evidence presented > b …109

**Sum of normally distributed random variables**— In probability theory, if X and Y are independent random variables that are normally distributed, then X + Y is also normally distributed; i.e. if :X sim N(mu, sigma^2),and :Y sim N( u, au^2),and X and Y are independent, then:Z = X + Y sim N(mu + …110

**Sum-Of-The-Years' Digits**— An accelerated method for calculating an asset s depreciation. This method takes the asset s expected life and adds together the digits for each year. So if the asset was expected to last for five years, the sum of the years’ digits would… …