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- adv. According to or using mathematics.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a mathematical manner; according to the laws or principles of mathematical science; with mathematical certainty; demonstrably: as, a proposition that is mathematically true.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to mathematics
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In the Independents 'Trophy, Tom Coronel won the first race, which awarded him the title mathematically, his second title in this class with SEAT.
He said: "We will have our disappointment tonight, yes, but even though we were in with a shout for the title mathematically before this game, even we knew it would be tough.
They combine unrelated numbers in mathematically unjustified ways, and should be ignored.
Could it be that men dominate in mathematically-based fields because there are more male math "geniuses"?
So, When the time comes that she cannot win mathematically it's time for the Supers to call her in and the time is near.
He has the money because he has the support of the people ... and he's not buying superdelegates .. they're flocking to him because they know that Hillary can't win mathematically, and they want to unite the party and get on with the general election.
It has been kept alive by cable news stations and certain mathematically challenged individuals.
However, I will say that I think that formulating a model mathematically is quite important, as it serves as a check for internal consistency.
Richard Jefferson scored 24 for the Bucks, who remain mathematically alive - just barely - for the playoffs but now would need to win their final four games and wind up in an unlikely multiteam tie for the final spot to get in.
With their extendable rock abrasion tools, one can have a field day excavating swales in mathematically precise parallel rows that may or may not foreshadow the coming terraforming activities of terrestrial exiles.