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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsummationsum‧ma‧tion /səˈmeɪʃən/ AWL noun [countable] formal  1 SUMMARIZEa summary or summing-up2 TOTALthe total amount or number when two or more things are added together
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summationThis is because it is essentially a desk exercise requiring no more than a summation of information provided against a standard requirement.Reagan's testimony was indeed a dramatic summation of sorts, and the most bizarre of all.And at the end of the day these will need summation in a single document.There can be no summation for him because there is nothing there to sum up.Then the output depends upon whether the result of the summation is positive or negative.
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