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- adj. mathematical
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. See mathematical.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as mathematical.
- n. Same as mathematics.
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a few who, like Khayri Pasha, contend that the mathematic is more useful even for legal studies than history and geography, and at
I've known people who hate the film because they claim it makes no sense, or because they find it godless, but I've always questioned why art should have to make complete sense in a world that none of us fully understands, and I have always recognized a form of godliness in the film's moments of celestial alignment; a kind of mathematic intelligence whose benign quality is expressed through a pleasing symmetry.
So, it's kind of mathematic exercise at that point.
Because they only way they could’ve come up with any kind of mathematic thought on their lonesome would be to steal it from the Greeks.
Cody dived right in. “We have plenty of kids like Cody, who don’t like mathematics but now they really want to understand the mathematic principals… With some students you can come in to class and throw up a problem and they'll solve it.
Individuals with strong mathematic backgrounds are a scarce resource, and we should attempt to avoid having them wasted on economics since the positive externalities from the actual substantive knowledge of engineering majors far exceeds the personal signaling effects that economics majors receive.
The topic of Corporate Finance/Capital Markets is, even within the world of the Dismal Science, a exceptionally dry and boring subject matter, encumbered by complex mathematic models and obscure economic theory.
Only mathematic can be absolute 1+1 = 2, not 3, 4 and ......
Sometimes, Sadhana thought, that air of mathematic precision you picked up in engineering college sounded a little off, in conversation.
He is nothing like Ravi—he is nothing like chauvinistic or mathematic or excluding.
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