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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:
Mathematics and science
- Root (Latin: radix), of a plant
- Radix (gastropod), a genus of freshwater snails
- Radical symbol (√), used to indicate a root
- Indole-3-butyric acid
- Radix point, a symbol used in mathematics to separate the integral part of the number from its fractional part
- Radix sort, a computer sorting algorithm
- Radix tree, a type of set data structure
- RADIX-50, a character encoding
- Radix Ace Entertainment, a Japanese Animation studio
- Radix Tetrad, a science fiction novel series by A. A. Attanasio
- Radix (novel), the first novel, published in 1981
- Radix: Beyond the Void, a 1995 first-person shooter video game
- Radix Journal, an online periodical published by the National Policy Institute
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