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radix complement - Mathematics. suppose a number has been represented in radix notation (base b), with n places to the left of the radix point and m places to the right of the radix point. The radix complement of the given numeral is that numeral which, when added to the given number, results in the number represented as 1 followed by n zeros to the left of the radix point and all zeros to the right of the radix point. The radix-minus-one complement is one less than the radix complement; i.e., the numeral with n digits to the left of the radix point and m digits to the right all equal to b - 1. Also, TRUE COMPLEMENT. ;

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