Crossword clues for radix
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Radix \Ra"dix\ (r[=a]"d[i^]ks), n.; pl. L. Radices (r[a^]d"[i^]*s[=e]z), E. Radixes (r[=a]"d[i^]ks*[e^]z). [L. radix, icis, root. See Radish.]
(Philol.) A primitive word, from which spring other words; a radical; a root; an etymon.

(Math.)
A number or quantity which is arbitrarily made the fundamental number of any system; a base. Thus, 10 is the radix, or base, of the common system of logarithms, and also of the decimal system of numeration.
(Alg.) A finite expression, from which a series is derived. [R.]
Hutton.
(Bot.) The root of a plant.
Wiktionary
n. 1 (context linguistics English) A primitive word, from which other words may be derived. 2 (context biology English) A root. 3 (context mathematics English) The number of distinct symbols used to represent numbers in a particular base, as 10 for decimal.
WordNet
Wikipedia
In mathematical numeral systems, the radix or base is the number of unique digits, including zero, used to represent numbers in a positional numeral system. For example, for the decimal system (the most common system in use today) the radix is ten, because it uses the ten digits from 0 through 9.
In any standard positional numeral system, the number x and its base y are conventionally written as (x), although for base ten the subscript is usually assumed and not written, as it is the most common way to express value. For example, (100) (in the decimal system) represents the number one hundred, while (100) (in the binary system with base 2) represents the number four.
Radix is a science fiction novel by A. A. Attanasio, published in 1981. It was nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel in 1981. It is the first of four books in Attanasio's Radix Tetrad, followed by In Other Worlds in 1984.
The novel is being reissued by Phoenix Pick, an imprint of Arc Manor Publishers in 2010.
Radix is a genus of airbreathing freshwater snails, aquatic pulmonate gastropods in the family Lymnaeidae, the pond snails.
The genus Radix has a Palaearctic distribution.
A radix, or base, is the number of unique digits, including zero, used to represent numbers in a positional numeral system.
Radix may also refer to:
Usage examples of "radix".
We put our bergens on and set off, carrying photography kit and large radices so we could communicate with the rest of the patrol.
Radix garage was located at the end of another of the long underground tunnels Caine had come to expect of the Argentian resistance.
And he imagined that they had been fragmented, and had traveled back in time, a fragment of each to lodge here and there in the newborn throughout history, to lodge as an obsession, glint, or insight, turning the psyches of so many in the past just enough to lead to lives and works which would lead, inevitably, stochastically, Ideologically, to the creation and destruction of Radix Malorum.
If any Radix member gets killed because you didn't consult with us you'll face a summary courtmartial.