modulus
Noun

modulus (plural moduli)

  1. (mathematics) The base with respect to which a congruence is computed.
  2. (mathematics) The absolute value of a complex number.
  3. (physics) A coefficient that expresses how much of a certain property is possessed by a certain substance.
  4. (computing, programming) An operator placed between two numbers, to get the remainder of the division of those numbers.
Synonyms
  • (programming) mod, %
Translations
  • French: module
  • Russian: мо́дуль
Translations
  • French: module
  • Russian: мо́дуль
Translations
  • Russian: модуль



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