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# CLAA Arithmetic I

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What is Mathematics? Mathematics is the study of Quantity.
What is Quantity? Quantity is any thing that may be increased or diminished.
What are the two kinds of Quantity? The two kinds of Quantity are Multitudes and Magnitudes.
What is a Multitude? A Multitude is a quantity consisting of disconnected parts, as three stones or seven coins. It may be also called a "Discontinued Quantity".
What are the two kinds of Multitude? The two kinds of Multitude are Absolute and Relative.
What is Absolute Multitude? Absolute multitude is multitude viewed by itself, with no relation to anything else, as even, odd, perfect, and so on.
What is Relative Multitude? Relative multitude is multitude viewed in relation to something else, as greater, smaller, half, double, and so on.
By what method do we study Absolute Multitude? We study Absolute multitude in Arithmetic.
By what method do we study Relative Multitude? We study Relative multitude in Music.
What is a Magnitude? Magnitude is a quantity that is whole and continuous, as a field, a circle, the universe, and so on. It is also called a "Continuous Quantity".
What are the two kinds of Magnitude? The two kinds of Magnitude are Magnitude at Rest and Magnitude in Motion.
By what method do we study Magnitude at Rest? We study Magnitude at Rest in Geometry.
By what method do we study Magnitude in Motion? We study Magnitude in Motion in Astronomy.
What then are the four Mathematical Arts? The four Mathematical arts are: Arithmetic, Music, Geometry and Astronomy.
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