additive group

  1. Noun.  (mathematics) An abelian group, when it is written using the symbol '''+''' for its binary operation .
  2. Noun.  (mathematics) The '''underlying group under addition''' of a field, ring, vector space or other structure having addition as one of its operations.
  3. Noun.  (mathematics) A group scheme representing the underlying-additive-group functor.

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